Vacation Hiro: Cats in the Mirror #2 by Meg Welch Dendler

Vacation Hiro: Cats in the Mirror #2 by Meg Welch Dendler

Book Review:

Picking up where Why Kimba Saved the World, the first in the Cats in the Mirror series, Hiro is confused and concerned when her family leaves for spring break, and there is no Daddy to curl up to sleep with at night.

The strangers in the mirror are now calling her, rather than her sister Kimba, and she knows that talking with them can only mean one thing and it’s never good.  This time they have more information to share, giving both Hiro and Kimba plenty to think about .

Not lacking for action, the space cat theory is explained when they meet the mother they never knew, or thought they would know, and they have to decide if travels with their newfound mother are worth the chance of losing the family they have come to love.

Much better if you have read the first book, the secondary characters will make more sense, and the cleverness of the personalities of each of the cats will feel familiar and appropriate.  Perfectly suited to the middle grade readers, this book also works for those who like cute cat-themed stories that could suit their furry companions.

Vacation Hiro: Cats in the Mirror #2 by Meg Welch Dendler

Title: Vacation Hiro
Author: Meg Welch Dendler
Genre: Children's Literature
Published by: Self-Published
Source: Author
Pages: 226
Rated: four-stars
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This is the second book in the Cats in the Mirror series.

Destiny is a tricky thing. By its very nature, it cannot be avoided. Hiro and Kimba thought they were free from the pull of their destiny and the scheming of the alien Cats in the Mirror. But when the family goes away on an extended vacation, the sisters find themselves right back in the middle of it all again. A week is an eternity for a cat left behind. Without Daddy's love and care, will Hiro be tempted to join her cat family and leave Earth behind? Will finding out who they really are change the sisters' lives forever?

Some cats are born on Earth and never know who they really are. Other are sent. They are undercover for their years on Earth. They know who they are. They know that they are not from Earth at all. And they are part of a bigger plan.

This middle grade book is perfect for for those who love cat books for kids or animal books for kids and are looking for chapter books.

A copy of this title was provided via Author for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.

About Meg Welch Dendler

Meg Welch Dendler an award-winning author and a former pre-k, elementary, and middle school teacher who celebrated publishing her first book, “Why Kimba Saved The World,” in February 23, 2013. This story is based on her true-life crazy cat and the other cats in her home…and the idea that they are all really part of an alien race that wants to rule the earth. In October, "Why Kimba Saved The World" was honored with a Moonbeam Children's Book Award as "Best First Book -- Chapter Book." The sequel, “Vacation Hiro,” released in November of 2013.