Books with the Boy: Toto the Ninja Cat and the Superstar Catastrophe by Dermot O’Leary

Hello everybody and today me and mum are sharing our reviews of this Toto the Ninja Cat book. (*mum note: usual disclaimers that Sam’s reviews often feature spoilers)

S’s Review:

So I enjoyed reading Toto the Ninja Cat but it took me a long time because we started it just before the first lockdown and then I didn’t really want to do so much reading. Toto has gone on a holiday to Catstonbury music festival but then there is a criminal trying to ruin everything. I really liked the bit where they were able to go to a concert and when we realised it the pop star that was doing in the concert during the playing the music was that was actually a criminal. That was a very clever bit. I did not like the bit where Molly was all flooded or on the train where Toto has a nightmare and gets very worried. I would give this book 4198 stars out of 10 and if you are looking for any books for Christmas presents for some children like me then I think they would enjoy Toto.

Mum’s Review:

S always enjoye reading the Toto books. He struggled a bit with the timing of this one as we started it just before the first lockdown of 2020 and that was a difficult time for S. Toto the Ninja Cat and the Superstar Catastrophe is just as fun and action-packed as the others in the series, with some clever twists that adults as well as children will appreciate. I also want to give a shout out to the illustrator Nick East, whose illustrations are a brilliant addition. Would definitely recommend this to people who enjoy fun adventurous stories…and cats!

Thank you everybody for reading this. Can you recommend me any books I might like if I liked this one?

2 thoughts on “Books with the Boy: Toto the Ninja Cat and the Superstar Catastrophe by Dermot O’Leary

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  1. Always enjoy your reviews, S.
    If you like Nick East’s illustrations in this, you could try his Agent Weasel books?
    I think you might have read the Kevin books by Philip Reeve and Sarah McIntyre, but if not I’d also recommend those and I’ve heard good things about their Pugs of the Frozen North books too.

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