#BlogTour #BookReview for Kitty Stuck by Emma Pullar and Illustrated by Beth Pullar #KittyStuck @EmmaStoryteller

 

Poster

Here kitty kitty…

Kitty is a calamitous cat who keeps finding himself in sticky situations.

Luckily, his loving family help him get unstuck.

 

MY REVIEW

This is a lovely book!  It has some very cute images and my daughter absolutely loved them!  She is really getting in to books at the moment and brings me one every night to read to her.

I cannot wait to read this to her again and whilst she is only one, she was clapping her hands and getting excited and giggling when it was read to her and she was pointing at the pictures of the Kitty – we read to her a lot and honestly that doesn’t always happen, she can be a tough audience, so this one was definitely a hit from the target audience!

As a mum I thought the story as great, easy to follow and it will really help her learn to read, it had a very enjoyable story and I will be highly recommending it – 5 stars from Ava and I!

 

Kitty Stuck Cover

ABOUT EMMA AND BETH PULLAR

Kitty Stuck is Emma Pullar’s second children’s book. Her first, Curly from Shirley, was a national bestseller and named best opening lines by New Zealand Post. Upon her return to the UK Emma shifted her writing focus to writing dark novels for adults until recently, when inspired by her 12 year old daughter Beth’s drawings of the family cat Rupert, she took up her pen and wrote Kitty Stuck.

 

Beth, a talented and dedicated young illustrator, hopes to use her royalties to develop her work by investing in art supplies, software and education.

You can follow Emma on Twitter @EmmaStoryteller and Instagram or visit her website for more details. You’ll also find Emma on Facebook.

 

ABOUT A SPARK IN THE SAND

Kitty Stuck is published by A Spark in the Sand, a publisher dedicated to encouraging young people to pursue their dreams, both by publishing works created by young people and through books which engage their imagination and inspire them to ‘Dream Big and Work Hard’. Kitty Stuck, being illustrated by 12 year old Beth, was a perfect fit for the publishing company’s ethos. They hope to encourage more young people to pursue their passion in this way.

Published on 2nd August 2018, Kitty Stuck is available for purchase here.

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