Jasmine and Tom are excavating an old shed on the farm when they disturb a wild mother cat who abandons her kittens as a result. When she returns to move only two of the three, the friends are left to raise the orphaned Holly, as they call her, alone. As ever, Jasmine is determined that Holly should become a member of her farmyard family, but her mother has other ideas.
This series is so well-written and so interesting. It is ideal for readers who are building their pace and reading resilience and deserve works that are respectful of them, informative, funny and warm. We love Helen Peters’ Jasmine Green’s Adventures’ series and recommend them highly to readers aged from 5- 10 years.
Jasmine and Tom are interrupted in their plans for an animal shelter by a wild grey cat with kittens. The fourth title in the Jasmine’s Adventures’ series is so suited to Junior School readers building a reading habit. We love these books because of Jasmine’s enthusiasm and boundless ideas, while the animal husbandry facts are fascinating for any reader!