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Oliver and Jumpy - the Cat Series, Stories 46-48, Book 16: Bedtime stories…

by Werner Stejskal

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Oliver and Jumpy’s 46th adventure is a longer, darker tale that those that go before, though all ends well in traditional style with a nicely appropriate punishment for the bad guys. With the fairy fields secured, number 47 takes our heroes to the humid jungle where Oliver learns it’s never good to lie. Then in number 48 our elegant cat confesses that he’s not always tidy. Oh dear. But how does his house become so clean each night?

Bright illustrations have some surprising details in this book, inviting young readers to guess what’s happening. Meanwhile there are pleasingly inclusive touches, with Oliver’s allergies and need to avoid milk, plus a nice request that we try to avoid cutting down trees. After all, Oliver does live in a tree.

I’m not sure why, but this one may be one of my favorite Oliver and Jumpy books. Enjoy.

Disclosure: I bought it on a deal. ( )
  SheilaDeeth | Sep 8, 2016 |
Story 46: Saving Fairyland
Fairyland was under attack. Their food was being destroyed. The Fairy Queen asked Oliver and his friends to help save her land. With their magic wands they went to help. Will they be able to save fairy land?

Story 47: Cat King
Oliver and his friends visit the Ghost Castle again for another adventure. They find themselves in a room with several statues. One of them looks just like him. The statues come to life and declare him their returned king. They take him to meet his bride. They get married and begin to eat. There is one major problem. When Oliver eats anything with mice or birds in ti he begins to turn white. The other cats think he is an impostor. What will happen to Oliver and his friends.?

Story 48: The Bee Gnomes
Oliver is not the neatest cat. Sometimes his home can be quite messy. One day he woke up and found his house had been tidied up. This happened several mornings. He pretended to go to sleep one night and found out who was cleaning up his house. The bee gnomes had a favor to ask of him. Would he be able to help them?
I received a copy to facilitate my review. The opinions expressed here are my own. ( )
  skstiles612 | Jun 14, 2016 |
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