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Pamela Jane
Pamela Jane is the author of thirty books for children with Houghton Mifflin, HarperCollins, Atheneum, Simon & Schuster, Avon, Penguin-Putnam, and others. Her children's books include NOELLE OF THE NUTCRACKER, illustrated by Jan Brett which has been optioned for a film. LITTLE GOBLINS TEN... show more

Pamela Jane is the author of thirty books for children with Houghton Mifflin, HarperCollins, Atheneum, Simon & Schuster, Avon, Penguin-Putnam, and others. Her children's books include NOELLE OF THE NUTCRACKER, illustrated by Jan Brett which has been optioned for a film. LITTLE GOBLINS TEN (Harper 2012) illustrated by NY Times best-selling illustrator, Jane Manning, received a starred review from Kirkus and was reviewed in The New York Times. A Christmas sequel, LITTLE ELFIE ONE, will be published in 2015 (Harper.) Pamela blogs about writing on womensmemoirs.com who will be putting out an e-book of her "100 Tips for Memoir Writers". Her new book for adults and young-adults, PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND KITTIES, co-authored with Deborah Guyol, came out in April, 2013, and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, BBC America. "Jane Austen + kitties = brilliance - The Daily Dot.
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The Cheap Reader
The Cheap Reader rated it 5 years ago
I didn't read too far into the book because I didn't want to spoil P&P for myself (since I haven't read it yet). The story was funny enough. I liked how the author included passages from the 'real' story at the end of the chapter so you could see what she changed.Plus cat pictures!
Peace, Love & Books
Peace, Love & Books rated it 6 years ago
This Halloween twist on "Over in the Meadow" will make a fun read aloud.
mrsbond
mrsbond rated it 9 years ago
Monsters gather on Halloween to make a stew. Sadly their ingredients run away. They are sad until a friend appears with a new treat.
The Welsh Bookworm
The Welsh Bookworm rated it 49 years ago
Pride and Prejudice told from a cat's point-of-view, interspersed with passages from Pride and Prejudice. The retelling was clever - Kitty doesn't just cough, she coughs up hairballs; the balls are the kind you bat around, maybe extra special with a bell inside; the estate has been end-tailed; etc. ...
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