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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite
Pearl loves Nugget, her black cat with bright orange eyes. They do everything together, including eating and sleeping. Nugget loves snuggling on Pearl's bed at night to get a good night's sleep. As they were playing in the yard one day, they heard a cat's meow and found out a kitten didn't have a home, so they took her home. This happens for three more days until Pearl had a bed full of kittens that didn't get along and wanted to fight. What was Pearl to do with four extra cats that she could not keep? Her bed was just too small for all the animals.
How Many Kittens Can One Girl Have? by Robin Hollo is a sweet book about a little girl who loves cats. Robin Hollo does a very nice job of writing this book, and I like the way she builds the anticipation about the other cats to get children excited about the book and Pearl's furry friends. Hollo weaves the story together and comes up with a very sweet ending that makes everyone happy, even Nugget. I enjoyed how the illustrations, along with the author, bring the story to life on the pages of this beautiful book. The pictures have vibrant colors and I love that the watercolors are a nice fit for the story as well. I think How Many Kittens Can One Girl Have? can be a nice addition to your child's library, elementary school library, or any classroom or daycare library. Your children will fall in love with Pearl and her kitty friends.