Monday, June 18, 2012

eBook Review - Impeccable Petunia Part 1: Claws, Paws, Feathers & Jaws

I just finished reading an eBook titled Impeccable Petunia Part 1: Claws, Paws, Feathers & Jaws.

This lovely little story is about a chicken named Petunia and her adventures in the backyard where she lives. Who knew that the life of a chicken could be full of so much drama...but, in Petunia's world, there's plenty! From the bossy chickens at the top of the pecking order, to the gossip that takes place in the hen house, to the escapades with the big gray house cat - there's always something going on. Petunia is somewhat of an outsider and tries her best to go about her days unnoticed. She has a love for all things colorful and beautiful. This passion for color gets her noticed by the human lady of the house. Petunia is allowed to come into the human's house and spend time with her there. This activity does not sit well with the other chickens and leads to all kinds of trouble.

This short story is a very fun and easy read. Just like in the human world, the chickens and other animals each have their own personalities and idiosyncrasies. It can be a tough thing, living in a chicken's world! Not only is the story entertaining, but it's full of beautiful art work. The pictures are really stunning.

I enjoyed reading about Impeccable Petunia and look forward to the next story in the series. Impeccable Petunia Part II: A Tale of Two Tails is coming soon. I can't wait to find out what happens next for Petunia!

Impeccable Petunia is the creation of wife and husband team Katie Christine and Jonathan Edward. You can find Impeccable Petunia Part 1: Paws, Claws, Feathers & Jaws eBook in the Amazon Kindle Store. It's available to purchase for only $0.99. Visit the Impeccable Petunia website for more information and to see more artwork from the story.

I received a free copy of this eBook from the author. I was not obligated to write a positive review. All opinions expressed in this post are my own and may differ from yours.



Jenners said...

Good artwork always catches my eye ... and this looks so lovely and colorful. In fact, the front almost looks like a stained glass painting.

Tiffany said...

What beautiful pictures! I love when kids books have pretty pictures.