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Friday, 3 July 2015

ebook Review: Miss Bobby-Socks and the Giant Ball of String


Miss Bobby-Socks’ giant ball of string isn’t where she left it. Where could it be?

Little Miss Bobby-Socks, a gorgeous grey kitten, follows the string’s trail through her home, over the couch, around the laundry tub, down the stairs, in the fridge, across the piano keys, out the door, around the mailbox and down the street in search of her giant ball of fun.

Jacqui Brown’s delightful narrative, complemented by Gail Yerrill gorgeous illustrations, makes for a beautiful story full of character, colour and fun, which children will want to read again and again.

Miss Bobby-Socks and the Giant Ball of String is an e-book, perfect for any digital tablet device. Not only is it a book children will enjoy with parents and grandparents alike, Miss Bobby-Socks and the Giant Ball of String will encourage the young independent self-reader.

Children will identify with this twist of hide and seek, throughout their own homes and may also be inspired to find out more about Animal Rescue; caring for lost and abandoned animals, as author, Jacqui Brown knows only too well. Jacqui was initially stirred to write Miss Bobby-Socks and the Giant Ball of String, when she personally adopted a rescue cat from Animal Welfare League NSW, and so a portion of the proceeds from every e-book sale goes to Animal Welfare League NSW.

Miss Bobby-Socks and the Giant Ball of String is the perfect book for every cat lover. A delightful digital download and at such a minimal cost, Miss Bobby-Socks and the Giant Ball of String is a certain thumbs up.

For kids’ activities and more Miss Bobby-Sock’s fun go to the Miss Bobby-Socks and Friends website.

Title: Miss Bobby-Socks and the Giant Ball of String
Author: Jacqui Brown
Illustrator: Gail Yerrill
Publisher: PanacheCat, $3.99 RRP
Publication Date: 16 May 2015
Format:  Digital, available www.amazon.com.au
ISBN: 9780994303912
For ages: 2+
Type: Junior Non-Fiction

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