"This page-turning children's book brings readers into the wonderful world of a UK housecat named Inca and her adventures of a mystery solving. The work is wonderfully written in diary prose and enchants the readers to the thoughts of this out of the ordinary housecat and her friends. The vocabulary is appropriate for readers of this level with slightly larger words to engage and expand the reader's knowledge. This book is sure to please cat and dog lovers alike with the viewpoint of seeing the world through Inca's eyes. I give this book five out of five stars as the author stays true to the diary format and encourages young readers to another writing format to witness stories from. This book also contains more than one adventure, which is a great treat for readers who are enveloped into the lovable characters from the beginning of their introductions. Well done and a smart buy!"--Cris Ness
"Pure pleasure to read – both as an adult with a keen eye for parody and fancy – and for young readers to read for themselves, or to be treated to a terrific bedtime story. Highly Recommended."--Grady Harp
"I read this to my five-year-old son and he grinned from ear to ear while listening to Inca's adventures. He thought Inca was indeed an excellent cat detective!"--The Coffeeholic Bookworm
"'Diary of a Snoopy Cat' is an AMAZING book that even as a *cough*-year-old, I greatly enjoyed and can totally see youngsters loving. Inca and her furry siblings and friends are all a hoot and I wanted to reach out a pet and play with each one of them. The illustrations are on-target and the story itself is fantastic, with the perfect blend of action of suspense...Due to word usage, sentence structure, and its length, I recommend it for children on the older end of the scale, but it could also be a good teaching tool for those a little younger."--Trina High
"This is definitely a children's book but can be loved by adults such as myself. It is written with wonderful description and each character is very thought-out and made into their own being. If the sounds of a cat being an investigator strike your fancy, then definitely read this book! The only downfall is that is was a very short read, but that is perfect for children! I can't wait to read the other books in the Inca series and get to know and love all of the characters even more!"--Kay Cheesy
When Inca and family move to London from Paris, they make a whole new set of friends, including Monk, a Blue Russian cat and Terrence, a Golden Retriever who ably and bravely assists his world-famous detective owner, Solo. Inspired by the adventures of her new friends, Inca sets herself the task of becoming the world's best cat detective and begins to keep a diary of her exploits.
When Monk arrives one evening, with news of a meeting to take place later that night, Inca is excited and can't wait to attend. She is told of a perilous journey that must be undertaken by Solo and Terrence, who are to travel to the Himalayas, to search for the missing Raoul, a friend who had failed to return from an expedition.
The departure of Terrence means that Inca can take on her first proper job; the baffling incident of Mr. Finchley's missing will. But does the young cat have what it takes to crack the case and save the tormented and ferocious Rottweiler - Boss? And can she do it without the help of the wily old Retriever?