4 out of 4 stars
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Inca & Company is a detective agency headed by Inca, the Queen of Kitties. Missy, the kitties’ mother has just been selected to be one of the judges of the French pâtisserie competition to be held in South Korea. Inca and her team of detectives are happy to come along with Missy, especially because they have not been to South Korea before.
Ye-Jun is the tour guide. He welcomes the family and offers to receive them in his house instead of the hotel. He feels the kitties and Terrance, the accompanying dog, would be more comfortable in a house rather than in an enclosed hotel room.
The large painting of a Korean cat on the wall gets Inca's snoopy nature all agog. Ye-Jun, their host seems not to want to talk about it. What significance does it hold? Inca is set to find out.
Cat Detectives in the Korean Peninsula by R.F. Kristi is the eight book in the Inca Cat Detective Series. It is an amazing stand-alone for kids. The book is interesting, fun, and provides a huge deal of value for school children. It is well-illustrated with colorful drawings in several pages of the book, which will most appeal to young readers.
The characters are all very cute and well-developed. I can't help but love the cats. Their expressions add to the fun of this book. My favorite character, Terrance, is also well-developed. He caught my interest when he swiftly transformed from a mild-mannered dog to a fierce snarling one as he launched his attack on Enzo. Little wonder his master so much depends on him.
The author gave an introductory illustration of the kitties’ family tree at the beginning of the book. This is good to follow-up on a book in a series. There is nothing I dislike about the book.
I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars. It is professionally edited and contains no profanity. I found no errors. This book contains a lot of moral lessons for school children.
Cat Detectives in the Korean Peninsula
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