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Reviewed by Edith Wairimu for Readers' Favorite
Two Kittens Get Names is Carlo A. DeMaio’s third book in the Two Kittens Book Series. When Lily and Luke get kittens, they are more than excited to find suitable names but the naming process becomes more complex than they thought it would be. At first, Lily thinks of naming her kitten Stripey because of the stripes that appear on its fur. Still, the name does not sound right. Luke, on the other hand, is also struggling to get the right name for his black kitten. They finally turn to their dad who comes up with a plan. He suggests to Lily and Luke to consider their favorite people and things and use these as points of inspiration in naming their kittens. Lily and Luke think hard and make lists. Hopefully, this time they will find great names for their lovely pets.
Whimsical and delightful, Two Kittens Get Names by Carlo A. DeMaio explores ways in which parents can connect with their children by engaging in fun activities. Lily and Luke turn to their father for help in naming the kittens. He sets aside time and instead of suggesting names directly to the children, he comes up with ways in which they can arrive at the right names themselves. The illustrations are colorful and amusing. They definitely captured my attention but only in a way that drew my focus to the story itself. The characters are also entertaining and inquisitive, which makes the book even more appropriate for the target audience.