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  • Samenvatting
    The story of Mittens, the lost kitten.
    Mr. Sandmann from the I-hate-brussel-sprouts publishing house is famous for his bedtime stories accompanied by amazing coloring pages. Hop aboard, travel along and let yourself be transported to the magical worlds of your imagination! This book is a truly dreamy adventure about a kitten becoming a cat and the amazing life she lives, accompanied by 10 beautiful coloring pages.
    The perfect bedtime story if there ever was one.
  • Productinformatie
    Binding : Paperback
    Distributievorm : Boek (print, druk)
    Formaat : 148mm x 210mm
    Aantal pagina's : 30
    Uitgeverij : I-hate-brussel-sprouts publishing house
    ISBN : 9789464439687
    Datum publicatie : 01-2023
  • Inhoudsopgave
    Chapter 1: The Lost Kitten
    Chapter 2: The Magic Forest
    Chapter 3: The Big Bad Wolf
    Chapter 4: The Search for a Family
    Chapter 5: A New Home
    Chapter 6: The Lost Puppy
    Chapter 7: The Kitten Council
    Chapter 8: The Return to the Forest
    Chapter 9: A New Adventure
    Chapter 10: The Legacy Lives On
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Once upon a time, in a cozy little village, there lived a little kitten named Mittens. Mittens was a curious and adventurous kitten, always eager to explore the world around her.
One day, while exploring the forest near her home, Mittens got lost. She meowed and cried for help, but no one seemed to hear her. She had been wandering for hours and was starting to feel very tired and hungry. She was just about to give up hope, when she saw something in the distance. It was a small, cozy looking cottage!
Mittens ran as fast as she could towards the cottage. As she got closer, she could see a kind looking old lady sitting on the porch, knitting a scarf. She meowed and the lady looked up. "Oh my goodness!" she exclaimed. "You must be lost! Come here, little one," she said, scooping Mittens up into her arms.
The lady's name was Mrs. Jenkins and she lived all alone in the cottage. She was so kind to Mittens, giving her a warm bath, a delicious meal and a comfortable bed to sleep in. Mittens was so grateful to have found her and felt safe in her new home.

The next day, Mittens was feeling much better and wanted to explore the forest more. Mrs. Jenkins told her about a magical forest that was not too far from the cottage. She warned Mittens that it was a dangerous place and to be careful, but Mittens was determined to see it for herself.
As she entered the forest, she saw that it was unlike any place she had ever seen before. The trees were tall and majestic, the flowers were colorful and fragrant, and the animals were friendly and curious. Mittens was amazed by all the beauty around her.
As she was exploring, she came across a clearing where a group of fairies were dancing and playing. They invited Mittens to join them and she happily accepted. The fairies showed her how to fly and taught her many magic spells. Mittens had never felt so happy and free.

As Mittens was leaving the forest, she heard a loud growling noise. She turned around to see a big, bad wolf coming towards her. Mittens was scared and didn't know what to do. The fairies had taught her some magic spells, but she wasn't sure if she was ready to use them yet.
The wolf started to chase Mittens, but she remembered the spells and started to chant one. Suddenly, a bright light shot out of her paws and hit the wolf. The wolf disappeared, and in its place was a friendly looking dog.
Mittens was amazed by her own powers and was grateful to the fairies for teaching her. She thanked the dog and ran back to the cottage to tell Mrs. Jenkins all about her adventure.

Mittens had been living with Mrs. Jenkins for a few weeks now and had grown very fond of her. But, she couldn't shake the feeling that she was meant to be with a family of her own. She decided to set out on a journey to find her family.
Mrs. Jenkins understood and gave Mittens a map and a compass, along with her blessing. Mittens thanked her and set off on her journey. ×