Christmas time was near, and seven year old Emmy Taylor only wanted one thing from Santa: a sweet, adorable, cuddly kitty. Now, she didn’t ask for any ordinary kitty. She wanted it to have black fur with white paws, orange eyes, and a tiny white mustache. Emmy made sure to draw a picture on the bottom of every letter she’d written to Santa so he would know exactly what her kitty, “Charlie” should look like. Little did she know, a new kitty could be very mischievous! Christmas morning would bring lots of extra laughs and love for the Taylor family. Read this silly Christmas story to see what happens next!
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Cindy Shirley (Author)
Award-winning children’s author, Cindy L. Shirley grew up in a small town in Cherokee County Georgia. She is a wife, mother, and grandmother of two adorable granddaughters. She loves working with children and has tons of hilarious stories to share with her readers. In addition to being a former ASP teacher in the North Georgia school system, Mrs. Shirley is the founder of Let’s Pretend Parties and Let’s Pretend Publishing. She continues to work with children of all ages as a party planner, entertainer, and hostess. These adventures along with her personal experiences are the basis for her heartwarming children’s books: “Diesel the Body Guard: No Bullies Allowed”, “Go-Cart Gertie”, “Doodle and the Magic Christmas Float”, “A Song for Birdie: A Child’s Journey with Autism”, “Kitty Ballou’s Sanctuary Zoo”, and the series of “The Fabulous Life of Minnie the Sassy Chick.” “Stinky Feet Pete and the Mighty Hitters,” and “Charlie and the Catmas Tree.” Each beautifully illustrated book contains a valuable lesson that is ideal for elementary school-aged children. Her creative and fun-filled storylines are sure to make children everywhere laugh and smile.
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