Review for Toto the Ninja Cat and the Great Snake Escape

Review for Toto the Ninja Cat and the Great Snake Escape

Toto the Ninja Cat and the Great Snake Escape, Toto the Ninja Cat, Cat, Lantern, Moon, Cats, Adventure, Ninjas, Brother, Sister, London, Dermot O'Leary, Nick East, Night, Stars, Zoo, Mystery, Children's Books, IllustrationsWhat a fun, delightful and cute book this was featuring a very kicking some ass character!

When I saw Ninja + Cat I knew that I had to have this book. I knew this could potentially be a book I would want more of and with several other books in a series I would be set for a while.

I love that despite Toto’s lesser vision that she was still able to do everything (sometimes books with people without or lesser sight treat them as if they cannot do things, but this one was great) and even kicked some freaking ninja ass. GO go girl. I love it.

I loved seeing all the animals and the tour was fabulous. It was also great that there was a special animal version of the Tube. No one looks up though? I do. Often. My ADHD has me looking all over the place. If I see something move? I search for it. But it seems the animals are quite well hidden. I wonder what other places there are for the animals and if we will see them in the next books, I do hope so.

I knew immediately what Catface was though, but I did like that it took a bit for him to reveal it. I was happy with the siblings reactions to it though, OK Silver reacted exactly how I expected. 😛

I loved the snake plotline and also what came out of it. The ending had me in stitches. Good luck zoo! The art was great.

I will be buying the other books soon, I definitely want more of Toto!

Star rating, 4.5 stars

2 thoughts on “Review for Toto the Ninja Cat and the Great Snake Escape

  1. Totally agree on the art work. This looks similar to some of the stuff I used to read with my kids when they were younger.
    Great review.

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