REDDING CENTER, Conn. (PRWEB) October 08, 2019
Alexis Kasden, a devoted animal rights advocate and former art editor on “The New Book of Knowledge,” introduced her character, Cat Mandoo, to readers worldwide last month in her new book “Cat Mandoo: The Feline Who Flew.” It is a most enjoyable story about a cat who struggles to fly – equipped only with his imagination and courage – and who causes mischief in a place where animals are not usually welcome.
Author Kasden drew her inspiration from cats she has loved and observed, most of whom, like Cat Mandoo, were both willful and playful. She writes, “When children are asked which superhuman power they would like to have, one of their most common answers is ‘to fly.’ It wouldn’t be surprising to learn that other creatures want to be able to fly too. Cats, in particular, often look up at the sky, perhaps curious to see what it’s like up there.”
Cat Mandoo is such a cat. He wants to fly with all his heart. Cat Mandoo is not an idle dreamer: He works hard to make his dream come true. He is steadfast in this pursuit, even when the other cats in the neighborhood tease and try to discourage him.
The sweet short story follows Cat Mandoo as he strives to reach his goal, and young children are shown the value of remaining true to their dreams and the importance of treating animals with kindness. Along the way, they are introduced to new vocabulary words and expressions. Youngsters will be compelled to stretch their minds as they read or hear the story of the feline who flew.
To be sure, Cat Mandoo is as fun loving as he is determined, and a story about him would be incomplete if it didn’t reveal his amusing adventures and entertaining antics. The clever conclusion is sure to surprise children and adults alike.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Alexis Kasden’s adorable book, written in short chapters, is perfect to read to small children. Young readers and adults will appreciate “Cat Mandoo: The Feline Who Flew” as well. Its lighthearted story line, lively writing style, and engaging and whimsical illustrations, by Master Artist Lynda Kodwyck, will bring joy to people of all ages.
Readers who wish to experience this uniquely charming work can purchase “Cat Mandoo: The Feline Who Flew” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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