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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Kringle is a brave cat and he loves adventures. Every time he goes on an adventure, Kringle gets lost. One day he spins the globe and checks where his claw is stuck. It shows New York City. In this bilingual story - Kringle Cat Gets Lost In New York City by Carrie Foshee - young readers arrive in New York City along with Kringle. He is standing in Grand Central Terminal and does not know where to go. He meets Henry the squirrel there and explains his problem. Since Henry has lived in New York his entire life, he agrees to be Kringle’s tour guide. He goes with Henry on his skateboard and has a lot of fun. Once he reaches home, Kringle wonders where he will go next time.
The story will enable young readers to explore The Big Apple and the author captures the sights and sounds of the place beautifully through the eyes of Kringle the cat. The illustrations are lively and colorful and will make readers feel that they are in New York. The story not only speaks about the places of interest, but also tells readers about the sport that is popular there. Stories like this are good for children to encourage them to travel to new places and explore new things. It is a good storybook for classroom read aloud sessions and bedtime storytelling as children will love the adventures of Kringle Cat. Being a bilingual book, it reaches out to a wider audience. Where do you think Kringle Cat will go next?