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Fuddles and Puddles (Paperback)

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By Frans Vischer, Frans Vischer (Illustrator)
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Description


An out of control canine named Puddles disrupts the charmed life of the fat, pampered cat, Fuddles in this charming follow-up to Fuddles and A Very Fuddles Christmas.

Fuddles finds that his perfectly pampered life of luxury comes to a screeching halt when his family buys a new puppy, Puddles. Howling and barking? Incessant licks and ball-fetching? Will Fuddles ever find a way to cope with his new frenemy?

About the Author


Frans Vischer has worked in the animation industry for over thirty years. He is the author and illustrator of the middle grade novel, Jimmy Dabble, and the Fuddles picture book series. His very fat cat was the inspiration for Fuddles. Mr. Vischer and his family live in Glendale, California. Visit him online at FransVischer.com and PamperedFatCat.Wordpress.com.

Frans Vischer has worked in the animation industry for over thirty years. He is the author and illustrator of the middle grade novel, Jimmy Dabble, and the Fuddles picture book series. His very fat cat was the inspiration for Fuddles. Mr. Vischer and his family live in Glendale, California. Visit him online at FransVischer.com and PamperedFatCat.Wordpress.com.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781534439030
ISBN-10: 153443903X
Publisher: Aladdin
Publication Date: February 2nd, 2021
Pages: 32
Language: English

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I enjoyed the book although it's not one I would have selected on my own.  Especially for a debut novel I thought it was well done and engaging. I can't attest to the historical accuracy of the book's premise (yes, I know it's historical fiction). Over-all I would recommend it to anyone looking for an easy, entertaining read for beachside (when beaches reopen) or for a weekend of relaxation even if it's in your own backyard. There were moments where I thought the perspectives of the protagonist - Anita (The Woman in Red) - stemmed from our 21st century experiences as opposed to how the setting might have been perceived in the time period of the book, but this wasn't so distracting that it ruined the novel. On an entirely positive note, I would say that one place where most novels fail for me is the ending - too many novels are either entirely predictable or feel rushed and hurried as if trying to tie up all the loose ends. I was not expecting the outcome at the end of The Woman in Red

Overall I would give this book 4 out of 5 stars . It was a respectable first novel from Diana Giovinazzo, with an engaging story line that was enjoyably uncomplicated yet intriguing, a likeable protagonist, and a surprise ending.

- reviewed by Diane, customer