a four-star review of Further Adventures in Barn Town

Meet Stripe, the soft-hearted, tough talking guard cat of Barn Town. I’m not sure how Eve Culley does it, but I can hear this tomcat’s voice as he patrols his territory, sounding like some gumshoe from an old movie. Law enforcement personnel and outlaws, humor and pathos, merriment and mayhem—all have their place in this Barn Town mosaic. I believe this story will foster empathy in children, and perhaps inspire them to make up their own stories about animals they know.
I received a free copy of this book, and a favorable review was not required.
I have posted my review on Amazon and Goodreads.
Thank you.
Margaret Welwood

About eve culley

Children's Author, micro-farmer in the great state of Texas
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