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Rain City Cats

By Kiska the Cat (The Kiska Trilogy #3)

Pamela Bauer Mueller, Naomi Weiler (Illustrator)


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Rain City Cats is the second book of the Kiska Trilogy and again is written by Kiska the Cat as told to Pamela Bauer Mueller.  In her second book, Kiska tells her tale of moving from San Diego to White Rock, Canada.  Among her many adventures in Canada, she meets a new young cat named Jasper.  As Jasper becomes her new life-long buddy, Kiska teaches him how to be a proper young cat, yet she tattles on all the michief they get into together.

Back Cover Copy:
Rain City Cats is the second novel in a new trilogy.  It is a beginner’s guide to philosophy, written by a cat.  Kiska again relocates to another country, this time to Canada, where she encounters new struggles and abundant riches to add to her life puzzle.  This is a whimsical true novel about the feline heart.  Kiska offers nuggets of wisdom on how to deal with crises, disappointments and new beginnings.  She meets and accepts Jasper as her lifetime buddy and relates their many exciting adventures and mishaps.  Rain City Cats will delight you and tug at your heartstrings.    

Pinata Publishing, 9780968509715, 125pp.

Publication Date: June 1, 2000

About the Author

Pamela Bauer Mueller was raised in Oregon.  She has worked as a flight attendant, commercial model and actress, English and Spanish teacher and a U.S. Customs Inspector.  She now lives on Jekyll Island Georgia with her husband Michael and their cats Sukey Spice and Morgan Maurice.

Pamela's children and young adult books have awarded her the 2006/2008and the 2009Georgia Author of the Year titles, three Mom's Choice and Children’s Choice gold medals, the Independent Publisher Gold Book awards and other national awards with Writer's Digest and ForeWord magazines.  In her sixth historical novel, she introduces us to two female Civil War spies, Antonia Ford and Pauline Cushman, and their true stories of deep patriotism, deception and duplicity.