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Hilda and the Black Hound by Luke Pearson
If This Be Sin by Hazel Newlevant
Little Bo in London by Julie Andrews Edwards
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Comments for Little Bo in London

Little Bo in London: 11/27/14

cover artLittle Bo in London by Julie Andrews Edwards is the conclusion to the Little Bo series. The yacht is headed to its next destination when it's boarded by pirates!

Little Bo and the other cats are to the rescue. The news of the capture of these pirates and the rescue of the the lord and lady gets all the way home to Queen Elizabeth II.

And she is why Little Bo and friends are on their way back to England. Though Bo has some misadventures in Buckingham Palace, at the paws of the royal corgis, the book is mostly a chance for Bo to learn what happened to the rest of her family. It's happy endings all around, and all loose threads tied up.

This is a picture book series that I've read exclusively through the library. I think some day I'd like to own the whole set to re-read and see how the story progresses in one go.

 

 

Five stars

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