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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Pumpkin's daddy brought the best kitties home and she loved them. She found them cute, cuddly, sweet, and perfect. She kissed them every morning and carried them around in her baby buggy. She took care of them well but still, they started running away from her. She watched them as they sat a little too close to the door and they ran outside when she tried to pick them up. They were already hiding under the bushes before she could stop them. The next morning they were purring under her feet but she was unable to pick them up. Pumpkin started feeling sad and she decided to come up with a plan to catch the kitties. Will Pumpkin ever be able to hold the kitties and will they let Pumpkin touch them?
Pumpkin's Kitties by J.L. Humphreys is an adorable story about the relationship between Pumpkin and her kitties. The story will also help children realize how important it is not to force others to love you the way you want them to or to treat them like your toys. The illustrations are as delightful as Pumpkin and her kitties and the book is a treat for all cat lovers. It is a good book for storytelling and read-aloud sessions in classrooms and school libraries. Many children will be able to relate to Pumpkin's feelings. It is a good story to show children how to treat others while dealing with them and it is easy for children to understand the concept when it is narrated with the help of a story and illustrations.