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Book details
  • SubGenre:Animals / General
  • Age Range (years):13 and up
  • Language:English
  • Pages:112
  • eBook ISBN:9781617923869

The Adventures of Kitty Wappis Volume One

by Jon Sniderman

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"The Adventures of Kitty Wappis, Volume One, begins in the tiny village of Sticky Wicket. Kitty Wappis becomes a very strange kitty cat. He learns very fast and teaches himself to read. He teaches himself to play the rare three-ba! musical instrument. He learns Feline Karate and eventually earns the coveted Black Scarf, 3rd degree - the very highest level possible. He gets adopted and lives with two odd gentlemen. Join him in his many different adventures!"
The Adventures of Kitty Wappis, Volume One consists of the first 39 episodes. Kitty Wappis is a very strange kitty cat. He earned the coveted Black Scarf, 3rd degree-the very highest level in Feline Karate! He taught himself to read books, scientific journals, nad the daily newspaper. He even does the daily crossword puzzle! Sometimes when he walks upright on his hind feet his upper torso leans. Sometimes, he leans to to the right, then the left; his tail swishes everywhere and you'd think that he would just fall over. He also becomes certified as one of the world's best dreamers! Join him in all of his purr-fect adventures!
About the author
The author, Jon Sniderman, is retired and enjoys writing children's fiction. He gets most of of his inspiration from his 11 grandchildren. Many of their names appear throughout the episodes.He has a talent for telling a great fiction story in only a couple of pages per episode! Be careful though, some of the episodes are educational, too! He lives with his wife, Fran, and their attack cat, Tabitha!