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The Case of the Jewel Covered Cat Statues (A…

The Case of the Jewel Covered Cat Statues (A Buckley and Bogey Cat…

by Cindy Vincent

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Have just finished reading this delightful feline story. Yes we have some super cat detectives, and love how they manipulated their humans. Pretty smart fellows, and very quick on their feet. You will be surprised at how intelligent these detective cats are.
The story revolves around a sweet human family, a mother, father and little girl. Now these cats have their family wrapped around their paws, and the cats feel the same about them. They will go to any length to help their own.
I have passed this quick read off to my nine year old that has just started reading chapter books, and he can’t wait to get started. He is going to love reading about Buckley and Bogey, and their other cat friends. I expect him to be sharing this story with me, and I’ll be chuckling along with him at the antics of these cats. We will soon be saying “Holy Catnip” and “Holy Mackerel” to one another.
If you want a sweet, clean and humorous story for your tween, this is the mystery for you to share with them!

I received this book from Litfuse Publicity Book Tours, and was not required to give a positive review. ( )
  alekee | Feb 3, 2015 |
Cats and mysteries just seem to go together. There are lots of adult mystery series featuring amateur detectives and their faithful feline sidekicks. And for the younger set, Cindy Vincent has created a series in which the cats are the sleuths. The Case of The Jewel Covered Cat Statues is the third installment of the Buckley and Bogey Cat Detective Caper series. In this standalone novel, Buckley and Bogey are on the trail of missing statues. Along the way the cats enlist the help of other furry friends in their quest to solve the case and protect their family.

Cat loving children will get a kick out of this story narrated by young Buckley. A rookie at detecting, Buckley and the older and wiser Bogey use team work and modern technology to direct events. The humans suspect something is going on with these cats, but who really believes that cats can use a computer, let alone investigate mysterious goings on.

I liked the emphasis on friendship and family in Vincent’s novel. The cats are all shelter animals that have found loving forever families. And they are grateful and willing to watch over their humans. A light and warm-hearted read, pick this one up for the child in your life who loves books and cats. He or she will be delighted by Buckley and Bogey.

Audience: children ages 8-12.

(Thanks to LitFuse for a review copy. The opinions expressed are mine alone.) ( )
  vintagebeckie | Jan 29, 2015 |
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