A Cat Called Penguin by Holly Webb
The blurb says:
Everyone thinks Penguin is a silly name for a cat, but Alfie thinks it’s perfect. To Alfie, he’s the best cat in the world. Penguin loves to play in the overgrown garden next door. But when a new girl moves in and reclaims it, Alfie worries she might think Penguin belongs to her too! A delightful story about friendship and learning to share.
A bit about the author
This story is one of Holly Webb’s many stories about animals, it will be loved by young readers.
What is A Cat Called Penguin all about?
It’s about sharing someone very close to you and making new friends. It’s a nice story and there’s only one scary bit really, when Penguin goes missing. He is overweight and, I must say, rather lazy, but he is very friendly. Maybe a bit too friendly…
My favourite part of the story is when Grace (the new girl) rescues Penguin from somebody’s garden shed. This helps Grace and Alfie become friends.
Who would I recommend this book to?
Other books I have read by this author:
- Just in time for Christmas (part of Winter Wishes)
- Rose and the Lost Princess
- Rose and the Magician’s Mask
- Rose and the Silver Ghost
Coming soon by this author:
- Lily and the Shining Dragons
- Magic Molly: The Good Luck Duck
A note from my human’s grown ups:
This book is suitable for younger readers, rated age 7+. Be aware that Holly Webb’s Rose and Lily series are intended for older readers, age 9+.
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