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The Adventures of Vince the Cat: Vince Discovers the Golden Triangle

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LoveReading4Kids Says

LoveReading4Kids Says

The Adventures of Vince the Cat - Vince discovers the Golden Triangle is the second book in the Catnap Stories series by Heidi Bryant. In it Vince goes on a magical adventure with his owner and her friend Jon to the ancient and beautiful land of India.

Flying in to Delhi airport, the trio are soon joined by local feline, Anoushka, as they embark on their voyage of discovery by train around the 'Golden Triangle'. Their journey takes in some of the country's most famous landmarks - the Taj Mahal in Agra and the 'Pink City' of Jaipur, as well as sampling some fantastic local cuisine, taking part in the colourful Hindu festival of Holi and viewing the rich and varied wildlife, including the endangered tigers. They also have the opportunity to play elephant polo and, of course, to shop!

What really makes this book stand out, though, are the vibrant and exciting illustrations from the Prayan Animation Studio. Cleverly interwoven with the text, the pictures give a real flavour of the Indian way of life. And also coming through strongly is the author's obvious and deep affection for cats.

I think that most children of 4 to 8 years old would really love this story, the text is straightforward and manageable and the illustrations detailed with many talking points. Thoroughly recommended.

Drena Irish, A LoveReading4Kids Ambassador

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I think Heidi Bryant has come up with a brilliant format and I look forward to reading about Vince's future adventures.

I'd previously read one of the other books in this series, Vince Goes to Seville. I really enjoyed it and was keen to review this latest offering. I wasn't disappointed. The book is informative without being over-wordy. I particularly like the section at the end which gives further information about Indian culture.  It's well-written and nicely illustrated. Vince the cat, and his friend Anoushka, enhance the narrative as they have experiences which the humans in the story cannot.... Read Full Review

Pauline Braisher

This is a very informative book, about a different country and the cultures within. The illustrations are very colourful and let you see the country through a child's eyes.

This is a very informative book, about a different country and the cultures within.... Read Full Review

Diana Mason