Monday, May 27, 2019

Review: Impeccable Petunia: Part 1 @Impeccable_P

TITLE: Impeccable Petunia
SERIES: Part I: Claws, Paws, Feathers & Jaws
AUTHOR: Katie Christine, Jonathan Edward (Illustrator)
RELEASE DATE: May 12th 2012 
FORMAT: paperback & ebook
SOURCE: complimentary copy


Follow Petunia, the backyard hen, through a hazardous world as she discovers hidden talents, a mischievous cat named Macy and encounters all things feathered and furious.

Husband-and-wife team, Jonathan Edward and Katie Christine make their home in Seattle, Washington. They enjoy walking their Sheltie, Niles and awaken every morning with hungry cats, Frankenstein & Penelope, perched on their faces. Katie and Jonathan have a shared love of books, movies, and tending to their ever-growing garden.

Petunia is not like the other hens and has a hard time trying to fit in. And to make matters worse she finds herself being friends with a human. Of course, this will bring problems with the other hens and with a mean cat.  

The story is about much more than just gossip chickens, it includes friendship, loneliness, bullying and so much more. In these days is good to read about how being different can be a struggle but you still have to stay true to yourself. The emotions the writer portraits and talks about made me forget I was reading about animals. 

This one is an original and colorful story, with lovely illustrations. A book for all, adults as well as children. Easy to read with simple language and a short length.

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