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Review by Honest-reviewer -- Diary of a Snoopy Cat

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[Following is a volunteer review of "Diary of a Snoopy Cat" by R.F. Kristi.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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Diary of a Snoopy Cat is a children’s book written by R.F. Kristi. This story revolves around Inca, a Siberian kitty and her friends who are set on a detective mission.

The story begins with Inca introducing her kitty friends named, Cara, Fromage, Charlotte, and her humanoid mom- Missy. One day, a dog named Polo gets his dog friend, Boss to Inca’s house. Boss tells Inca that Mr. Finchley, his master Ned’s uncle has left his house to Ned in his will. But Cyril, uncle’s nephew claims it to be his house. Another great problem is that the will has gone missing. So Boss requests Inca and her detective friends to help him find the will. Will Inca help Boss? If yes, will they be able to find the will papers? Well, you have to read this book and find out.

Diary of a Snoopy Cat is the fifth book in the Inca Book Series but can be read alone. This is a fun and interesting children’s book with lots of pretty illustrations in it. The characters are cute, smart, and witty which is highly adorable. The author has done a great job of keeping this book simple and also efficient. She has provided a great deal of information playfully. I truly admire her writing style.

I highly appreciate the fact that this book can instill values and esteem among children. It has lots to offer, for example, it teaches kids to be brave, helpful, and truthful like Inca and her friends. This book is quite entertaining and informative. Moreover, such books also help kids build their vocabulary and inculcate reading habit in them.

There is nothing that I disliked about this book. I did not find any errors, so I think this book is professionally edited. It contains no profanity and obscenity. Therefore I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars. I highly recommend this to all the kids, parents, and teachers dealing with kids less than 10-12 years and also adults who like reading cute illustrated books. This book might not be for people who do not appreciate reading children’s books.

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I think I'll have to search for this book too. Your review is superb!

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Post by Manali_DC »

Thanks for a great review! I read my first Inca story for a book review and have been a fan ever since. I read it aloud to my niece who enjoys all the adventures Inca and her friends find themselves in. Like you mentioned, these stories bring forward lessons about good values, respect and team- work!

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Great review! :) I too found all the animal characters very lovable.

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Post by Vic Chimezie »

Inca's adventures will never cease to amaze us. I enjoyed reading your review as it was both detailed and insightful. Good job!

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A great review . It is detailed and concise.
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I enjoyed this book, too, when I read it. Thanks for the lovely review. Good job!
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I think my daughter would love this book. Thanks for your helpful review!

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Post by Tomah »

I've read a couple of books in the series and enjoyed them quite a bit, so I'm looking forward to checking this one out at some point. Thanks for the review!

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Post by Asshh »

The story of Inca and her friends seem interesting. Nice review.

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Post by Nerea »

I've read two books of this series and they were promising. I'm glad to see that this book conveys a story that will help children to cultivate courage, honesty, and generosity. Good job in your review.
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Children's books can be so fascinating. Thanks for a great review.

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This a great kids novel, I'll recommend it to younger brother, great review.
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Post by Star_and_Buck »

I won't read this book because my intrest in kids books have faded. But the review eas a great deal to read.

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Post by jennydelacruz »

Sounds like a fun book full of exciting adventures that is enjoyable for children and adults alike. Your great review makes it even more interesting!

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