Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
- Age: 7 to 10
- Grade: 2 to 5
"Snazzy Cat Capersis fabulous, funny and fin-tastic fun.” —Mo O’Hara,New York Timesbestselling author of the My Big Fat Zombie Goldfish series
Life is short. Save the world, live to tell the tail.
Ophelia von Hairball V of Burglaria, international kitty of mystery, is always fishing for a new mission im-paws-ible.
So when a thief steals a dangerous artifact from its vault, the Furry Feline Burglary Institute (FFBI) puts Ophelia in charge of stealing it back.
But when the cat’s away, the dogs will play. The Central Canine Intelligence Agency (CCIA) is hot on her tail—and they want the artifact for themselves!
She’ll need some dashing disguises, great gadgets, and even a robo-dog to save the world in style!
Adventure, heists, and teamwork abound in Deanna Kent's fun, young middle grade series brimming with cat-tastic black-and-white illustrations from Neil Hooson.
Includes graphic novel-style pages!
This book has Common Core connections.
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Snazzy Cat Capers
Snazzy Cat Capers: The Fast and the Furriest
An Imprint Book
About the authors
Deanna Kent andNeil Hooson have worked on books, brand and marketing campaigns, and interactive experiences. Deanna loves twinkle lights, black licorice, and Edna Mode, and may be the only person on the planet who says “team work makes the dream work” without a hint of sarcasm. Neil is king of a Les Paul guitar, makes killer enchiladas, and really wants aliens to land in his backyard. By far, their greatest creative challenge is raising four (very busy, very amazing) boys. Snazzy Cat Capers is their first chapterbook series.
Praise for Snazzy Cat Capers:
"Fabulous, funny and fin-tastic fun!" —Mo O’Hara,New York Times bestselling author of the My Big Fat Zombie Goldfish series
“Classy bad girl Ophelia is as funny as she is furry…she’s the pussycat love child of James Bond and Zsa Zsa Gabor, and who can’t love that?”—Kirkus Reviews
"More than a just sharply dressed classy kitty... Ophelia and Fishgerald squabble and lob quips with amusing ease." —Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books