I was so happy that my library had the English edition of this book! Sometimes they have only the Dutch edition for a book, sometimes both, and sometimes just the English one. It is always a surprise to me which language I will read Kitty’s adventures in.
In this book a fair comes to town (and I loved it so much, I mean a rollercoaster at a fair??) and Kitty has some worries as an old friend meets a new cat and is way too influenced by that one. I really enjoyed the story and I loved how Kitty showed some great bravery. And at times I just wanted to hug her because that new cat? Hazel? She is just so mean and rude. I am glad that Kitty had her cat friends and could also chat with her mom about things. I loved reading about Figaro and Pumpkin, it is always great to see them (and the other cats).
I have two questions. When Pixie and Hazel are doing their “helping out” they were walking over a rollercoaster. Now that is not bad, but that thing is in USE. How in the heavens did they manage to walk over it? That is just not possible with cars going over the tracks all the times.
And two. If Pixie and Hazel were in a cart in the big wheel how were they on the beams when Kitty comes to save them? Did they move out of it? Why? They were save in a seat/cart.
I know that this is a fantasy, but please don’t give your cats milk or chocolate cookies. It is bad for them.
And the ending was your typical everything is fine children’s book ending. Don’t get me wrong, I did like it, but it was all so sweet and sugary again. I am happy that Hazel understood and I hope that she stop trying to be a superhero like she did throughout the book.
All in all, this was a fun book and with the orange and sparkles it was just perfect for this new season (writing this September 21st). I would have loved to visit the fair!