Now for a children’s book.

Peggy Krause is a brilliant writer and her first book Finding My Molly is great for animal loving children.

It is the first book in The Kitty Trilogy and is available in paperback and on Kindle.

Finding My Molly

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Finding-Molly-Kitty-Trilogy-ebook/dp/B007O19BLC/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1350732906&sr=1-1

Soupy is a house cat, but that doesn’t stop him having lots of cat friends who visit him each day. He loves his human-kitten Molly, but one day the door is left open and he cannot resist a peek….

After a terrifying experience he finds himself lost, hungry and alone in a forest. Eventually he finds a friend and then unexpectedly becomes dad to a strange looking kitten. Molly, his human-kitten and his cat friends are searching frantically for him but with the responsibility of caring for the strange kitten, Soupy has to abandon his desire to return home, his strange kitten needs him more.

Peggy has in this lovely story gently explained the concept of taking responsibility and caring for others. After reading it, it is easy to see why it is on the National Humane Education Society’s recommended reading list.

MORE BOOKS FROM PEGGY KRAUSE

Book 2 in The Kitty Tales Trilogy – The Scruffy Little Crumb-Grabbers

Book 3 in the Kitty Tales Trilogy – Wild Beau and Her Kittens

 

 

The Scruffy Little Crumb-Grabbers

This was Winner of the 2011 National Indie Excellence Finalist Award.

It is the 2nd book in the Kitty Tales Trilogy written and illustrated by Peggy Krause.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Available in paperback and Kindle format

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Scruffy-Little-Crumb-Grabbers-Peggy-Krause/dp/1439272026/ref=cm_cr-mr-title

Spider Man the cat, lives with his owner Marcy and life is great; he spends his time hanging out with his cat friends on Soupy [the house cats] porch.

One day however disaster strikes, Marcy’s grandchildren come to live with her. They only want to play with him but don’t understand how; and he doesn’t like their hugs and sticky fingers in his fur.

Poor Spider Man avoids them at all cost and cannot understand their behaviour, but one day, he discovers that they are in danger and only he can save them!

Peggy in her wonderful narration explains how the children are taught by their grandmother to approach and handle cats without scaring them, because after all they only wanted to love him, they just didn’t know how!