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Cats are Not Stupider on Jupiter by Alexis Cleoford is book 2 of the Mighty and Brennon Series. In book 2, Mighty persuades his feline brother Brennon to participate in the VIP competition where they meet the Vacuum Man and win an important award. They learn that Vacuum Man is headed to Jupiter where he will vacuum up the clouds of Jupiter, which will then destabilize the entire solar system. Mighty decides that it is up to him and Brennon to find a way to get to Jupiter and stop this manic robot, and become heroes. The story evolves around what happens on the planet Jupiter and how Mighty and Brennon save the day.
The story is a charming and imaginative read and would surely be appealing to children and adults who own cats. Cat owners will recognize their own intelligent feline friends in the thoughts and actions of both Mighty and Brennon. The book is also an introduction for children to laugh at the antics of these delightful kitties as they venture off to planet Jupiter on an adventure to save the world from the out-of-control Vacuum Man. The book is easy to read, humorous and imaginative, and I give it 5 stars. The illustrations are simple and only critique I have is that I wish there were more of them. Readers would really enjoy this story and no doubt all the other Mighty and Brennon books that follow after this one.