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Reviewed by Joanne Ang for Readers' Favorite
Crump the Cat is a graphic short story written by Anna Lussenburg about an orange tomcat called Crump, who was famous on a television program called The Appurrentice. Crump was admired from every angle for his extensive wealth, which he liked to show off to the public. Crump’s greed led to his desire to rule the country. Crump promised a better future for all the cats and eventually won the presidency. However, it didn’t take long for the other cats to see his wicked ways. Slowly, the cats begin to fight back against Crump and his unfair ruling. Crump was too blind to see that his greed for adoration, money, and power would lead him to a life he would never have expected. What could possibly happen to a high and mighty cat like Crump under the growing pressure of the public?
I really enjoyed reading Crump the Cat for its highly entertaining and witty rhymes that never stop coming. The puns were a delight to read. Each page was filled with anticipation and excitement. The storyline was an accurate representation of the former president of the United States, Donald Trump. Crump the Cat managed to capture the common concept that wealth buys respect and admiration, even when that person does not merit it. I liked how the storyline was fast-paced but also managed to showcase the growing income gap within the country due to corrupt leadership. Moreover, I thoroughly enjoyed the fun and colorful illustrations throughout the story. I would definitely recommend this book to those that want to have a good laugh.