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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Meet Moxie, the pawfficer in the people world who has been named after the Mocksville Police Department. Moxie's first memory is when a stranger finds her scared and alone on the roadside. She is then taken to the Mocksville Police Department and the stranger knows the police cat, Sarge Butters, will know what to do with a neglected kitten like Moxie. The officers think Moxie has too many problems and is too weak to survive. It is around that time Pat Reagan comes into the department. Everyone calls him 'Chief' and he is briefed about Moxie, how she has no home, will not live for long, and how no one wants to keep a broken cat. Will Moxie find a loving and caring home to live?
The Adventures of Pawfficer Moxie: Moxie Needs A Home by Brandi Reagan is a beautiful and heartwarming story about love, hope, gratitude, and healing. It also tackles the topics of abuse, violence, neglect, and being in foster care. All the characters in the story highlight kindness towards animals and humanity in an adorable way, pulling readers into Moxie's life. Moxie's story will give hope to many readers out there and give them the strength to become resilient and strong. Mariia Luzina gives color and life to the story, concept, and characters with her lively and vivid illustrations and makes the entire story palpable. This is a good way to help children understand the power of love, kindness, gratitude, and healing and apply it to their lives too. I cannot wait to read the next book in this series to learn more about Moxie's life and adventures. I am sure, like me, that youngsters are also waiting for the next book.