The Cat Kid Comic Club is back with a brand new adventure! In Book 2, The New Adventures of Cat Kid, our heroes must stop a group of evil kittens from taking over the world. Will they be able to save the day?
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Hello, welcome to the Cat Kid Comic Club! In this club, we read and discuss the adventures of Cat Kid. In Book 2, The New Adventures of Cat Kid, our feline hero goes on all sorts of wacky adventures. Join us as we laugh and learn along with Cat Kid!
The New Adventures of Cat Kid
Cat Kid Comic Club, Book 2: The New Adventures of Cat Kid, follows our heroes as they take on a new adventure. Cat Kid, Turtle, and Dog Kid are finally back and this time they’re ready to take on whatever comes their way. Full of action, comedy, andheart, this is a book that fans of the original Cat Kid Comic Club will not want to miss.
Cat Kid and the Mystery of the Missing Milk
In The New Adventures of Cat Kid, our feline hero must solve the mystery of the missing milk. The town’s cats are all out of milk, and it’s up to Cat Kid to find out why. Could the dogs be behind this caper? Or is something even more sinister afoot?
Cat Kid and the Great Dog Escape
Kid runs away from home to join a group of stray dogs living in the city. When the group’s leader, a big black dog, is captured by the pound, Cat Kid and the others must devise a daring plan to rescue him.
Cat Kid and the Terrible Thunderstorm
It’s a dark and stormy night, and Cat Kid is home alone. She’s not scared of the thunder and lightning, but she is scared of the dark. So she puts on her brave face and goes into the living room to find something to do.
She finds a book about a cat who goes on adventures, and she begins to read. Soon, she’s so caught up in the story that she doesn’t even notice the storm outside anymore.
But when the power goes out, Cat Kid is plunged into darkness. She’s not afraid anymore, because she knows that adventure is waiting for her, even in the dark.
I enjoyed this book, but I think the ending was a bit rushed. I would have liked to see more development of the characters and their relationships. However, overall, it was a fun, fast-paced read that will appeal to middle grade readers.