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Illustrated by Erika LeBarre
Once in a blue moon, a special pet comes along.
When Mandy adopts the best cat at the shelter,
she doesn’t realize it has a big secret and an even bigger personality.
Blucy: The Blue Cat is an adorable, rhyming picture book. The story is about Mandy, who adopts a very special cat from the pound…Blucy, as she names her, loves to get into mischief, and turns blue to blend into surroundings! I loved the story and my 2 year old did, too. It was nice at the end of the book that the author made reference to emotions and how feeling a certain way can make you look a certain way. This was a great story!
It was really fun to read this book on my Kindle Fire HD, since there were special features like full screen images and pop-up text. I liked the interactive fun at the end of the story.
About the Author
Julia Dweck writes children’s stories for digital and traditional publication. Her stories span the spectrum of humor, fantasy, and edutainment in rhyme and in prose. Check out her newest eBook, “Blucy,” a colorful romp and rhyming cat tale. Fun cat facts and a Blucy activity are included in this playful adventure.
Julia’s background in elementary education affords her the opportunity to be in touch with what children want to read and what makes them giggle. She’s collaborated with leading artists in the world of children’s literature to produce over 20 Amazon eBooks. Her titles have garnered placement on Amazon’s bestsellers in children’s color picture books multiple times with two #1 bestsellers: PIE-RITS and Zombie-Kids. These titles have been chosen by Amazon Editors for the prestigious “Kindle Daily Deal.” Many of Julia’s titles have earned placement on Amazon’s top ranked lists based on customer review. In her spare time, Julia is a designer of educational adjuncts for children’s literature, and has worked with such notable publishing houses as Penguin Young Readers. She presented at the 2011 National Center for Family Literacy for her creative use of technology in the classroom.
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