This is the first book of this series that I’ve read and I must say I wasn’t impressed. Maybe I’m too old for this kind of schtick (I’m over 50) but I don’t think so. As a cat owner, I also found the book to be a bit overly critical of a cat’s intelligence. Why would a cat need a refresher course on how to be a cat? And who ever heard of a cat needing a license just to be herself?
I realize that the object of the book is to have children read and in that respect it succeeds. The vocabulary used is geared toward a second or third grade reader and the illustrations are also fine for that age group. But as an adult reader I found it to be a bit lacking. Compared to other children’s book series I find this one to be average.
Rating: 3 stars
Note: Both my cats give it two paws down!