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S.A.V.E. Squad Series Book 2: The Great Cat Caper
Barbour Publishing / 2012 / Paperback
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S.A.V.E. Squad member Vee Nguyen has to fight her way back into the smart kids' class and she must help to save the homeless cats from the Community Center Dumpster project before someone manages to get rid of them. She and the other girls have until the Helpful City Festival to solve the mystery and save the cats before it's too late.
Join the S.A.V.E. Squad—Sunny, Aneta, Vee, and Esther—as the four sixth-grade girls, with nothing in common but their differences, come together through a service learning project to rescue dumpster cats.
Lauraine Snelling is an award-winning author with over 75 published titles including two horse series for kids. With more than 3 million books in print, Lauraine still finds time to create great stories as she travels around the country to meet readers with her husband and rescued Basset Sir Winston.
Kathleen Wright was "Mrs. Write" to her Christian homeschoolers, ages 10 to 17, whom she taught for many years. When she's not dreaming up adventures for her characters, she's riding bikes with her husband, playing pickle ball, and trying to convince her rescued Border Collie that Mom knows best.
This is a great second installment to the series. The differences of the girls make the story attractive to a wide variety of girls, including adopted, single parent, divorced family, home-schooled, and Christian. This series is perfect for third through sixth grade girls that are not yet into the boy or vampire scene. They will see themselves in at least one of the characters, and enjoy reading of the girl’s struggles as they attempt to accomplish their goals and deal with their family situations. Girls will laugh aloud at on the S.A.V.E. Squad’s efforts and failures as they try to make everybody happy.
This is a great book and although it is the second in this series you could read this book and enjoy it without having read the first one. I thought the characters were enjoyable and the story moved quickly. I thought the adventure was age appropriate and could be enjoyed by any child
I think this is a great example of how a middle-grade book should be written. There are several strong yet vastly different personalities to show the reader that no matter who you are it’s okay. The characters are working together for something that doesn’t benefit them in the least. Finally, it not only hits on several disappointments and changes that greet girls in that age range but also shows how friendship can help you through life.
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