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Minecat: A Whole Lot of Ocelots - A Feline Minecraft Adventure is book 1 from the children's series by P.T. Evans. Jason’s cat, Spike, is convinced he can play Minecraft much better than Jason, and will not make those stupid mistakes either. His opportunity comes when he is sucked into the actual game on the laptop. Spike makes a few changes to improve the scenes Jason had created. While enjoying the activities, he meets a few creepers and giant spiders who are menacing. One even tries to bite his tail, but Spike manages to escape. He is unaccustomed to hunting for his own food, but feels like a real cat now. He is hungry, but cannot catch the chickens, so he explores the woods instead. Spike does not want to be chased by ocelots so he hatches a plan to befriend them, hoping he survives with his nine lives.
Minecat: A Whole Lot of Ocelots by P.T. Evans is a fun novella for children from the Minecraft series. Spike is witty and his antics are amusing. There is an actual photo of a cute cat chasing a butterfly in the story, so I assume it is Spike, as he is sketched in the Minecraft illustrations. P.T. Evans's writing style is lively and simple to comprehend so kids will not have trouble following Spike's escapades. Minecat: A Whole Lot of Ocelots is from the series that the author created specifically for children. Those who play Minecraft games will like reading this novella. Recommended.