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Kitty and the Twilight Trouble

Paula Harrison

Juvenile Fiction / Readers / Chapter Books

Girl by day. Cat by night. Ready for adventure! In the sixth book of this popular chapter book series, Kitty, a little girl with catlike superpowers, must teach a new friend what it takes to be a true superhero. Kitty and the Twilight Trouble is perfect for newly independent readers and for fans of Rebecca Elliott’s Owl Diaries.

Kitty is looking forward to visiting the carnival with her family and her cat crew. But her feline friend, Pixie, is too busy spending time with Hazel, a new superhero. When near disaster strikes at the carnival, Kitty uses her catlike superpowers to help. Hazel thinks she can save the day without any assistance from Kitty. Can Kitty show Hazel what being a true superhero means before someone gets hurt?

Kitty and the Twilight Trouble is the sixth book in a chapter book series about Kitty and her superhero adventures. With a charming main character, loads of cats, and striking two-color art on every page, Kitty is perfect for newly independent readers. Includes fun facts about cats!

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