Peggy Krause, Six-Time National Award-Winning Author   - Writer of The Kitty Tales Trilogy, a four book Trilogy
Welcome to The Kitty Tales Trilogy, a four book Trilogy for 7 to 11-year-old boys and girls!

Mark your calendars!  All four books in the Trilogy will be offered for free beginning July 26th through July 30, 2018 (Thursday through Monday) on Kindle.  Please tell all your animal-loving friends, children, and teachers so they can take advantage of this completely FREE offer!

If you would like to read the Kitty Tales Trilogy for free and you don't own a Kindle, you can ask your local library to purchase the series.  Most libraries are allocated annual funds specifically for purchasing new books and thus encourage their patrons to let them know what they would like to read. 


Author Peggy Krause wrote the Trilogy to be funny and fast-paced for the children’s entertainment while also including subtle messages of kindness to animals throughout the stories for parents who want to instill this important value in their children.  The serious issue of bullying is also addressed in the series because Peggy has always despised bullies!


Teaching a child not to step on a caterpillar is as valuable to the child as it is to the caterpillar.”     
                                                  - 
Bradley Miller

"We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals."
                                         - Immanuel Kant

"Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened."
                                          - Anatole France

Just a reminder when you’re adopting a pet, to take the time to meet the scared ones, the shy ones, the ones that don’t stick out to you.  The ones that hide under their beds or blankets or litter pans.  The ones that hiss, the ones that bark and shake and cry and look at you with confusion.  The ones that cower.  The ones with the boring colors or missing limbs.  The older ones, the frail ones.  The ones who seem beyond repair.  The ones who seem to have given up.  Because they are not beyond repair… and they have not given up.  They just need you.  And sometimes you just really need them, too.                                                        
                                                   - Lisa Stephen




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