Illustrated with family photographs of people, animals and places, and told with simple diary-like text, Luna Challis’s Luna, the Autobiography of a SuperCat (offspring of mom, Batman, and dad, Superwoman) tells the life story of a cat born on a naval land-base in Australia, growing up with Humans, and enjoying a fairly normal cat life. The point of view is nicely feline, especially when the young cats try to return to their mother, and when the wandering cat is chased away from a cage full of precious birds. Luna explores her neighborhood, meets animals and people, learns how cows are milked, how foxes came to Australia, and other fascinating facts. An invitation to befriend Luna on Facebook is nicely preceded by the suggestion that only someone related to cats could invent such a clever place. Many different animals are photographed and places visited in the pages of this book making it a pleasing short read, and a nice introduction to cats and Australia--easy reading for early readers with some facts to fascinate those who can read by themselves.
Disclosure: It was free so I bought it.
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Sheila Deeth (SheilaDeeth)
Sheila Deeth's first novel, Divide by Zero, has just been released in print and ebook formats. Find it on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Powells, etc. Her spiritual speculative novellas can be found at … more