Reviewed by Rhiannon Aged 12.
Some grow up with their mother, some hand raised.
Some have freedom to roam outside, while others stay inside.
But when you have to pick between freedom or your family, can one small cat change
Kimba and Hiro were brought to a strange house just days after they were born. They had a bath tub nursery and a loving family. Kimba wants to look at the rest of the house but mama won’t let her. Soon Kimba is let into the rest of the house and discovers that she and Hiro are not the only cats in the house.
One day Kimba is in the bathroom and she sees a cat behind the mirror. Kimba soon discovers that it is Regulas and he wants her to help him take over the planet. Kimba has to complete lots of tasks to please Regulas. She has to go outdoors, rub fur on her family, before she has one final task to help take over the world.
Kimba has to learn her mama’s Facebook account, give it to Regulas and take over the world. But Kimba learns that mama’s Facebook account is Kimbababy. Will this be enough to make Kimba save the world?
Why Kimba saved the world is an amazing story about a cat who must choose between her family or her freedom. This is one of my favourite books and anyone who likes cats will think that this one is a winner! My rating of the book is four out of five stars.
Our review copy of “Why Kimba Saved the World” was supplied by the author in exchange for a fair review. She mailed a copy of her book all rhe way from the U.S.A., which was pretty nice of her. Thanks Meg.
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The ebook of "Kimba" is only .99 on kindle through the end of the 2013 because the sequel is coming out shortly.
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Meg Welch Dendler is a former pre-k, elementary, and middle school teacher. For over 10 years, Meg worked as a freelance writer and has written her first book, “Why Kimba saved the world”. Meg has had over 100 articles published in newspapers, magazines and online.