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Reviewed by Amy Raines for Readers' Favorite
In Rascal Cat Brothers by Lisa Jacovsky, with illustrations by Brainstorm Productions, Midnight’s mommy comes home with a new pet - a cat named Snowball. At first, Midnight doesn’t like the idea of having a little brother. Then, he realizes he has someone he can play and wrestle with. They love how mommy showers them with attention, toys, and food. Most of all, Midnight loves the cat trees that mommy got for them to sleep and play in. Does mommy love one of the cats more than the other, or does she love them both equally? Do they share the same special bond, or is it different for Midnight and Snowball? How will these felines get along, with one being mostly calm and lazy while the other one is rambunctious and daring?
Rascal Cat Brothers by Lisa Jacovsky is an entertaining story about a woman who introduces a younger cat to the pet she already has and how they respond to the new way of life. The illustrations detail the story with fun, colorful pictures. This book will keep readers interested in the story from the first page. I recommend it to anyone with young children that have or love the idea of having pets. In this tale, kids can understand what it’s like to have more than one cat running, playing, and lounging around the house. I love how this story subtly points out the importance of introducing new pets slowly and carefully and the importance of having patience as they become acquainted.