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In an uncertain world there is one organisation that stands head and small furry shoulders above the rest. Whenever the planet is in danger – be it from giant balls of wool or bands of renegade squirrels – only one group is guaranteed to answer the call.

The International Kittens of Mystery!

This is a journal of their stories. For the first time, cameras have been allowed into one of their top secret training camps – Training Camp Alpha. A camp where, under the supervision of pet humans, recruits are shown not only how to save the world but also how to manage their secret identities – how to blend in and infiltrate the human society that they alone can protect.

If you like a laugh and looking at cute pictures of kittens saving the planet, this is the book for you. It's a short read — about 25 minutes, if you can tear yourself away from the pictures.

Warning: this book contains 75 large color pictures, but some eReaders, those without color, will display them in black and white.

REVIEWS:

“Suspense! Intrigue! Silly jokes!! And cute kittens. INTERNATIONAL KITTENS OF MYSTERY has it all. The secrets of training kittens to become international superspies. The gadgetry, the secret knowledge (the power of cute) the combat practice, the mice.

“If you don’t like cuteoverload.com or I can has Cheezburger/lolcats, this is not for you. If you know what those are I’m guessing you’re ready for the INTERNATIONAL KITTENS OF MYSTERY.

“It’s definitely one of the best thrillers of the year. It’s unputdownable... a brilliant peek into those secret places where they plot to save the world (from alien sheep?) (well, yeah,)” — Andi Schechter.

“Cat pictures! Silly jokes! Adventures! Exclamation points! This book constitutes the best-spent twenty minutes I've had in quite some time.” — What Book is That.

“Hilarious! I can't wait to show this book to my sons. I know it will remain a source of fun for us for years to come.” — The True Book Addict

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ISBN: 9781611381399
List price: $2.99
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