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Stormi's Review: Impeccable Petunia Part 1: Claws, Paws, Feathers and Jaws by Katie Christine


APC PUBLISHER: Katie Christine RELEASED: May 12, 2012 GENRE: contemporary Womens, fiction LENGTH: 109 pages FORMAT: ebook, paperback

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Follow Petunia, the backyard hen, through a hazardous world as she discovers hidden talents, a mischievous cat named Macy and encounters all things feathered and furious. FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS

On a farm or in a chicken yard, there is a pecking order. Well, this is a book about a hen named Petunia who is at the bottom. She befriends a human, she calls Silkie, and this gets her into all kinds of mischief with the other hens and the cat. Little Petunia is different from the other chickens, and this makes her stand out. Soon the hens decide to hang up on petunia after she's accused of planting with the human and the cat. The story was a quick, fun read that shows that it is ok to be different. It also shows that friendship can come in the unlikeliest of forms.


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