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Reviewed by Tiffany Ferrell for Readers' Favorite
In A Christmas Kitten for Max by Lindsay DeRollo, we are introduced to a cat named Max. He’s a very spoiled cat who runs the house, at least he believes he does. Everything belongs to him as far as he is concerned. Max even gets the best cat food that can be bought. His world is turned upside down when his owner gets another cat for Christmas. Max isn’t happy at all with Abby the new kitten. He is used to having all the attention and now he has to share with this other cat. To show his anger, Max begins acting out. From throwing his Christmas stocking, spilling his treats everywhere, he even tries to get Abby in trouble, but it doesn’t work. Soon though, Max realizes that maybe Abby isn’t so bad and that perhaps she could stay for a while at least.
Lindsay DeRollo has done an excellent in creating this adorable and unique Christmas read. I love how accurate the story is when describing Max the cat. I have a couple of cats myself and this is exactly how they act. Also, it reminded me of how my oldest cat acted when we ended up bringing a new kitten home. Like Max, she was very upset. It’s a very relatable book that I think children will enjoy. The characters are well written and fun to read. The illustrations are also very bright and beautiful which will make it easy to grasp a child’s attention. They also fit perfectly with the storyline. Overall, I found A Christmas Kitten For Max a nice holiday book that kids will be sure to enjoy.