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Jasmine Green Rescues

A Kitten Called Holly

Helen Peters, Ellie Snowdon (Illustrator)


List Price: 14.99*
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Other Editions of This Title:
Digital Audiobook (10/11/2021)
Paperback (9/1/2020)


Animal lover Jasmine Green is back to rescue an adorable kitten, just in time for the holidays.

On her family’s farm, Jasmine and her best friend, Tom, find the ideal clubhouse for their animal rescue group. But much to their surprise, the shed is already home to a feral cat and her three kittens. When the mother cat leaves, abandoning one of her babies, Jasmine and Tom feel compelled to step in and raise the tiny kitten. But with a house full of rescued animals—and a veterinarian mother who has reached her limit—will Jasmine be able to keep another pet? Or is it someone else’s turn to make a new animal friend? A holiday backdrop and some lighthearted family mayhem add to the charm of this feline-focused addition to the Jasmine Green Rescues series—perfect for readers who think that animals are the best gift of all.

Praise For Jasmine Green Rescues: A Kitten Called Holly

Jasmine is a tenacious and irrepressible young girl who refuses to sit idly by when an animal is in need. Comparisons to James Herriot are apt as this story delves deeply into the intricacies of kitten care...Occasional black-and-white illustrations will help pique reluctant readers’ interest and the fast-paced text is lively.
—School Library Journal

Walker Books US, 9781536210279, 160pp.

Publication Date: September 1, 2020

About the Author

Helen Peters is the author of numerous books for young readers that feature heroic girls saving the day, including Anna at War, which has been nominated for the Carnegie Medal, and the Jasmine Green Rescues series. She grew up on an old-fashioned farm in England, surrounded by family, animals, and mud. Helen Peters lives in London.

Ellie Snowdon is a children’s author-illustrator from a tiny village in South Wales. She lives in Cambridge, England.