This is yet another fascinating tale by Yvon Douran and my kid loves his style. Rhyming words at the end of the lines makes the book more enjoyable. This is a perfect bedtime story for children and a quick read as well. Each page is illustrated by a wonderful picture and it makes the flow of the tale more convincing. The story is woven around Clyde’s secret adventure on nights in collecting objects and how Lucinda gets the help of the veterinary to cure her cat. It is so nice and interesting.
What motivated Lucinda’s cat, Clyde to roam their neighborhood at night and collect stuff?
Lucinda was shocked when she saw his hoard in the garden shed and knew she had to do something about it.
What a cute story – read it to my granddaughter and she loved it. The illustrations were great too!
Another wonderful story by author Yvon Douran!
This time a tale of a cat who has a wee bit of a problem! Great job!
About the Author
Yvon Douran, My fascination with poetry and the rhyming word begin when I was 10 years of age growing up in the “Land of The Long White Cloud” – New Zealand. At that time New Zealand encouraged teachers from the United Kingdom to immigrate and teach in New Zealand schools. Therefore my early knowledge and learning about writing was from being exposed to English literature and poems such as “The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner” by Samuel Taylor Coleridge and “The Highwayman”, a narrative poem written by Alfred Noyes. We had to learn verses of these poems by heart and recite them in front of the class.
Some years later living in Norfolk Island the inventory of my store, “Piccadilly” included a selection of books for young children and included a number of rhyming books like, “The Lion And Albert” by Marriott Edgar.