Children's

Kitty And The Starlight Song – Paula Harrison ★★★★

Blurb; Girl by day. Cat by night. Ready for adventure! This chapter book series is purrfect for newly confident readers who are looking for superhero stories.

In Kitty and the Starlight Song, Kitty is preparing for the end of the year concert – her class will be singing a song in front of the whole school, and each one of them will have a line to sing as a solo. As a superhero-in-training with cat-like superpowers, Kitty can do all sorts of marvellous things, from jumping between roofs to catching thieves and recovering stolen treasures. As a superhero, Kitty is learning to be brave and to trust in her skills. But as a regular girl, Kitty is terrified to sing in front of everyone at school. She will need the help of her trusted cat crew to overcome her stage-fright.

Kitty and the Starlight Song is the eighth book in the chapter book series about Kitty and her superhero adventures. With a charming main character, cat-packed exploits and striking two-colour art on every page, Kitty is the perfect pick for newly independent readers.

My review; This is book 8 in the kitty series but all can be read as standalones. I have previously reviewed another book from this series before so I couldn’t say no to this. These are such beautiful books. Short reads at 100 ish pages. Beautifully illustrated throughout and bright colours. Very appealing for younger readers. Easy reads.

This story holds a special meaning that we all needs friends whatever our mood. To come together. To be inspired, brave and have hope. Beautiful. Highly recommend for all younger readers and children. A well deserved four stars from me.

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