If youtube and digital cameras were around then, they could have taken private videos of their cats as part of the kittykat club and done fun things like set them to music, loop funny parts, make parodies etc. on the computer to pass time, and that way others with no cats can join too.
The club was so cute, but I felt terrible for Nancy. The Fun Club at the end was funny but I love how inclusive and friendly it was. The cats fighting and BooBoo always wanting to escape was funny too. I loved the part when Karen and Kristy have a little picnic together and the description of the 'free for all' lunch that they do at the Big House, I had forgotten about that. it sounds so lovely and also delicious. It reminded me how great lunch used to be when you're a kid and the weather is all warm and sunshiny and sitting outside and eating together. I was a little surprised that that lady though Karen and her friends were much older considering that the fliers were made by 7 year olds, but I really liked the way Karen handled being told they were too young since normally she makes a bit of a fuss about things!
I wondered whether flies have families. I wondered whether flies have family reunions, because family reunions are almost always picnics, and at a flies’ picnic, how could you tell the guest flies from the regular, uninvited flies who just want to land on the food for a while? ~ Claudia
This was a cute book, I laughed at the old lady getting their ages mixed up. I like that the fun club was brought up again until it eventually died out.
Question though, whatever happened to Nina, Heather, Kim, and Vicky? Those were the girls that were supposedly in Karen's class at school in this book. Also was this the first appearance of Nancy in the little sister series?
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