Parents' Guide to

Kitty Book Series

By Carrie Kingsley, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Girl with cat-like superpowers has fun, daring adventures.

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Engaging and friendly, these stories bring just the right amount of adventure to young cat lovers. One of the keys to the Kitty series is in the relatability of the superpowers: Having cat-like abilities seems almost possible and something readers might dream of having themselves, and Kitty uses them in adventures most young readers would love to go on. There's a sense of security in her quests, knowing that she's thoughtful and careful in her escapades and supported by her loving family. Young readers can relate to Kitty's nervousness at trying something new, and the text is simple enough to engage them, while the story is fast-paced and challenging enough for more fluent readers.

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