Confident Cats in Winston and the Indoor Cat | Picture Book Review


A book about cats and knowing what you like.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Genre: Children’s Fiction, Picture Book
Author: Leila Rudge
Published: October 2021
Publisher: Walker Books Australia
Pages: 32 (hardback)

Thanks to Walker Books for a copy of this in exchange for an honest review

This was both cute and quirky. I’m a big fan of cats and was curious to see what this story would be like.

First of all, beautiful illustrations that are soft and inviting, with many things happening in the pictures to talk about!

Secondly, cats getting up to slightly mischievous things that might be relatable to fellow cat owners out there.

But what really made me giggle was the ending. This has an almost abrupt sort of ending and is a bit different to your usual, cosy picture book.

This one boldly declares that it’s perfectly fine to be just as you were at the start of the journey. Knowing what you like is as a good a thing as change sometimes.

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