Wednesday, March 20, 2019

The Two Tails By Katie Christine

As The Two Tails opens, the flock confronts a spiral of death and disappearance. Ensnared by a rapacious raccoon and desperate for a way out, Petunia, the backyard chicken, must throw herself at the mercy of the dark, open road with little more than gumption, a pair of useless wings, and a dubious companion as her guide.

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From a young age Katie's parents instilled in her a love of animals and art. She has many fond childhood memories of long summer afternoons spent curled up in a quiet corner of the local library. She lives outside Seattle, Washington with her husband/illustrator, Jonathan Edward, their Super-Sheltie, Niles and cats, Frankenstein and Penelope.

Katie Christine holds degrees from UCLA and USC, enjoys the outdoors, gardening, reading, and discovering new music.

My Thoughts...

Book number two in a children's series  Called Impeccable Petunia about a small hen.
I like most kids enjoy animal stories. This one is an easy read the illustrations are black and dark not sure what most of them are so buy the book for the story not the pictures.
Thanks to the author for sending us book one and book two.
The Mary Reader received this book from the publisher for review. A favorable review was not required and all views expressed are our own.


  1. The best part of kids books are the pictures. I may just pass on this.

  2. I trust your opinion. thanks for sharing.

  3. This is not for me but I will share it.

  4. Well, I'm waiting on some good suggestions for some books to get this weekend.

  5. Sounds like a fun read for kids! Thanks for sharing it.

  6. My five year old grand-girl would probably enjoy the story, she loves animals. Thanks for the review, Mary!