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Reviewed by Kristen Van Kampen (Teen Reviewer) for Readers' Favorite
Serendipity Mystery (Diary of a Snoopy Cat) by R.F. Christi is a fun children's book about a cat named Inca, who runs a detective agency. Inca and her family are vacationing in Sri Lanka, enjoying the sun and making new friends. But then a valuable sword goes missing from a museum, and so Inca and Company, the detective agency, sets out to solve the mystery with help from their new friends, a sea turtle and an elephant. With lots of fun adventures, the book takes the reader on a journey through Sri Lanka, but will Inca be able to solve the crime?
I really enjoyed reading Serendipity Mystery (Diary of a Snoopy Cat) by R.F. Christi. The book is well written, and I liked that it was written like a diary from the perspective of a cat. I enjoyed that the book wasn't totally focused on the mystery, and that the characters go on side adventures as well. Readers will like that it is about a cat. It was cool that the cats thought like humans. The book is interesting and I didn't want to put it down. It is a very fun and enjoyable read with some very well written characters that readers will love. Young readers will be inspired by Inca, and perhaps will want to become detectives. I appreciated that the book introduced the characters before the story began, which meant that it would make more sense to people who hadn't read the whole series. I loved the images, as they are well drawn and adorable, and they help to depict the story. I would definitely recommend this book to readers.