Crazy Cat Kid review by ClaudiaG
Crazy Cat Kid (Crazy Cat Kids Book 1)
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fiction

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Age at time of review - 11
Reviewer's Location - Florence, KY, United States
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Lilly’s Mom’s teams camping trip is coming up, and Lilly is upset that she can’t stay home. Lilly asks her mother that if she can’t stay home can she at least take her four cats. Her mother says that she can if she takes full responsibility for them. The next day, they set off for the camping trip. When they get to the campground, Lilly walks around looking for someone her age. She meets a boy her age and they quickly become friends. As they become friends, they go down to the beach to talk and swim. Over the summer, they continue to do different activities together. Read about what happens next in ‘Crazy Cat Kid’.

Opinion: 

I think this story was a little bit repetitive. It didn’t have a problem and conflict and I think it could use more action. I thought it was about cats, but it didn’t really have much to do with cats. I feel though that it could be a great story with a bit more work. I give it three stars because it was ok, but it didn’t really keep my attention for very long. I think it is a great book for twelve year olds and up because I found some parts inappropriate for younger kids.

Rating:
3
Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content
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