Odin the Ferret


Children - General
11 Pages
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Author Biography

Kathryn V. White is a mystical cosmonaut who enjoys adventures in expansion by delving deep, high, and wide as part of her explorations into the many realms of this world and beyond.

She enjoys sharing her explorations and what she has learned with others through her art and writings.

Her overall intent is to share writings that are meaningful, playful, healing, and insightful. She likes to weave in spiritual and philosophical themes and alternative perspectives.

It gives her great joy when after reading one of her tales, her reader has an aha! moment, sees life more positively and clearly, as well as feels inspired and expanded in understanding and awareness.

Readers who
- love to think about the deeper meanings of life;
- want to live more authentically and joyfully;
- are committed to deepening their spiritual understandings; and/or
- enjoy widening their perspectives

will discover a friend in her writings.

If finding stories that are relevant to your life questions and challenges is difficult or you just want to be entertained more heartfully and soulfully than what exists in much of the media, you've come to the right place.

Find out more at www.kathrynVwhite.com.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Faridah Nassozi for Readers' Favorite

Odin the Ferret by Kathryn V. White is a short story full of humour. So what is the worst that can happen to you while you try to sneak an unwanted pet into your mum's house? How about tripping on the doormat and breaking your mum's favorite porcelain figurine? Now that is what I call a dramatic entrance. Just when your has finally accepted your pet ferret in her home, it decides to escape from its cage and 'accompany' her to the grocery store. Imagine the chaos that ensues at the grocery store when the owner sees the 'rat' in her store, meandering on the food shelves. You rescue your pet from the fracas and hope and pray, pray very hard, that you both get out of the mess but there are repercussions for you to face while the main culprit, the ferret, snuggles next to your mom on the couch.

Odin the Ferret by Kathryn V. White is a hilarious short story told with a lot of humour. It highlights the wacky events in the life of a pet ferret, its owner and a mum who never wanted the pet in her house in the first place, and how somehow these events end up bonding the ferret and your mum, while the owner pays for its crimes. Kathryn V. White's writing style vividly brought the story to life. As I read on, I could clearly picture the different hilarious scenes and all the chaos that the little creature brought into what must have previously been a peaceful home; but with the chaos came love and hard lessons learnt. Odin the Ferret is a very entertaining story and would be a fun way to teach kids about the responsibilities of owning a pet.