Rainbow Forest Fables

Hi everyone! Lucy and I have a wonderful book to tell you about, but first we want to spread the word to purr and pray for some of our blogosphere friends: Mr Jack Freckles needs The Power of the Paw(1)http://barksandwoofsfrommrjackfreckles.blogspot.com/

andPurrs, Prayers, Crossed Paws for Isadorahttp://crittercottageakaacacophonyofsounds.blogspot.com/

001 Lucy and I loved the entire collection of 10 fables in Rainbow Forest Fables by Pamela June Kimmell ( aka Sammy’s Mom- https://onespoiledcat.wordpress.com/ ) . All the fables in this book teach sweet lessons of sharing and caring for one another.

I thought Billybug was adorable. A sweet little bug finds part of a bird’s nest and wants it for his bed, but he is sure to ask around to be sure it doesn’t belong to anyone. And once he finally hauls it home he learns another important lesson- you will have to read it to find out 🙂 Pam also illustrated this book- Sammy has a talented Mom.

Lucy’s favorite was Davey the Dragonfly 004

Davey learns to use his special gift to help another instead of just showing off about it. I think this book would be excellent in classroom to teach children to help one another and respect one another. If you want to purchase a copy, here is the link:

http://www.amazon.com/Rainbow-Forest-Fables-Pamela-Kimmell/dp/1257777491/ref=la_B00CPL3IN8_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1440112821&sr=1-1&refinements=p_82%3AB00CPL3IN8

And if you missed reviews of Pam’s other books, here they are:

https://15andmeowing.com/2015/08/ferals-rainbow-forest-family/ and is available at http://www.lulu.com/shop/pamela-june-kimmell/ferals-rainbow-forest-family/paperback/product-20652555.html

and The Mystery of David’s Bridge

https://15andmeowing.com/2014/10/books/

We will be hopping tomorrow and Phoebe will be back Sunday.

Feral’s Rainbow Forest Family

Happy Thursday everyone! Today is Phoebe’s day off- I forgot she was going to be traveling with some friends and her purrince too. Today they will be at the beach.: http://meezertails.blogspot.com/

Lucy and I decided to do a book review today because tomorrow we are lucky to have Cat Scout Felix doing a guest post. Lucy and I loved Feral’s Rainbow Forest Family by Pamela June Kimmell . It is a sweet children’s book about a cat whose name is Feral-well he hears someone call him that so he figures it is his name. He organizes a colony of feral cats so they can feel safe and loved.

I felt sad for Feral and all the cats and I hope that is how everyone feels that reads this. It is important to teach children respect for all living creatures. I also like how the book such cooperation in the community of cats and that everyone is needed and equally important. This is a great book for kids and adults. I am especially impressed that Pam did the illustrations too!

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Right now you can get this book and help Bootsie at the same time, the author, Sammy’s Mom ( https://onespoiledcat.wordpress.com/ ) has donated a copy to Bootsie’s auction:http://earsforbootsie.blogspot.com/ . 

Phoebe did make something  for her Grammie on canva.com before she left for her vacation:I LOVE MY GRAMMIE!

And the winner of the catnip mat and toys 015 is :https://doggiecaperz.wordpress.com/ -Congratulations! I hope Ladybird will share with the kitties 🙂

 

The Mystery on David’s Bridge and Spells for Cats

Happy Friday everyone! Today is book day and Lucy and I both have some good ones for you.

Being that it is Halloween time, Lucy wants to recommend Spells for Cats by Daisy Pepper. She was a little disappointed though because there was no spell to make her an only cat. There are spells for blanket protection, space clearing and scairdy cats though.

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I recently downloaded The Mystery on David’s Bridge by Pamela June Kimmell- mother to Sammy of One Spoiled Cat. It is only $2.99 for the Kindle version and free with Amazon Prime. Here is the link: http://www.amazon.com/Mystery-Davids-Bridge-Pamela-Kimmell/dp/1304099091/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1413487987&sr=8-1&keywords=the+mystery+at+davids+bridge

It took me a while to bring myself to read it because I am not a big fan of fiction. I am glad I did decide to read it though- it was fantastic! First off, there is a cat which immediately grabbed my attention. The story pulls you right in from the start when some bones are found. A young female detective ( with a pet cat) is conducting a basic reference check that leads to several cases from theft to murder. I am hoping this becomes a series as I would read them all.

Today is the last of my old costumes and starting Sunday we will be showing this year’s costumes all the way to Halloween.

blog5This is Sammy as The Cat in the Hat.

PS: I won’t be reading many blogs today, but I will catch up tomoroow. My cable box is borken and they can’t come out until tomorrow at 11 AM- my post will be late tomorrow too.