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These bedtime stories for kids feature a cat and kangaroo in picture book format. Oliver is an elegant tuxedo cat, who is full of himself. As a matter of fact he says: “I love myself!”, quite often. Naughty, isn’t he? But his best friend Jumpy, a kangaroo lady, is aware that he has a soft heart and will always want to help others. The great thing is Jumpy’s pouch, whi These bedtime stories for kids feature a cat and kangaroo in picture book format. Oliver is an elegant tuxedo cat, who is full of himself. As a matter of fact he says: “I love myself!”, quite often. Naughty, isn’t he? But his best friend Jumpy, a kangaroo lady, is aware that he has a soft heart and will always want to help others. The great thing is Jumpy’s pouch, which Oliver loves to ride in! He calls her his kangaroo taxi! These little bedtime stories with their lovely illustrations are great for small kids. A parent can read the text and tell the child in his own words. These animal stories have sufficient text to keep early readers happy and provide some educational value. Depending on your device, there is pop-up text available. Love you all! Meow! Check out the Free INTRODUCTION TO THE SERIES to see how beautiful the illustrations are! Story 19: Santa's Chocolate Factory – Naughty Joey is getting into mischief. Story 20: Triller - On of Oliver's friends is taking part in a singing contest. Story 21: April Volcano – April Fools' Day can be no joke.


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These bedtime stories for kids feature a cat and kangaroo in picture book format. Oliver is an elegant tuxedo cat, who is full of himself. As a matter of fact he says: “I love myself!”, quite often. Naughty, isn’t he? But his best friend Jumpy, a kangaroo lady, is aware that he has a soft heart and will always want to help others. The great thing is Jumpy’s pouch, whi These bedtime stories for kids feature a cat and kangaroo in picture book format. Oliver is an elegant tuxedo cat, who is full of himself. As a matter of fact he says: “I love myself!”, quite often. Naughty, isn’t he? But his best friend Jumpy, a kangaroo lady, is aware that he has a soft heart and will always want to help others. The great thing is Jumpy’s pouch, which Oliver loves to ride in! He calls her his kangaroo taxi! These little bedtime stories with their lovely illustrations are great for small kids. A parent can read the text and tell the child in his own words. These animal stories have sufficient text to keep early readers happy and provide some educational value. Depending on your device, there is pop-up text available. Love you all! Meow! Check out the Free INTRODUCTION TO THE SERIES to see how beautiful the illustrations are! Story 19: Santa's Chocolate Factory – Naughty Joey is getting into mischief. Story 20: Triller - On of Oliver's friends is taking part in a singing contest. Story 21: April Volcano – April Fools' Day can be no joke.

32 review for Oliver and Jumpy, Stories 19-21 (Oliver and Jumpy, the Cat Series, Book 7): These Kindle childrens books are bedtime stories with animal adventures

  1. 5 out of 5

    Claire - The Coffeeholic Bookworm

    Another wonderfully written and visually entertaining kiddie book that my children love! Oliver and Jumpy are back, and they got their friends with them as they went to Santa's Chocolate Factory, the Fairy Queen's castle and into the volcano!!! I think I can safely say that this latest edition of Oliver & Jumpy's book is my boys' most favorite! First of all, who doesn't Santa? Lots of candies and chocolates were inside Santa's Factory, and Oliver had a great time munching these sweet goodies! Bu Another wonderfully written and visually entertaining kiddie book that my children love! Oliver and Jumpy are back, and they got their friends with them as they went to Santa's Chocolate Factory, the Fairy Queen's castle and into the volcano!!! I think I can safely say that this latest edition of Oliver & Jumpy's book is my boys' most favorite! First of all, who doesn't Santa? Lots of candies and chocolates were inside Santa's Factory, and Oliver had a great time munching these sweet goodies! But Joey, Jumpy's son had gone missing! Oh no... In Triller, Oliver's singing bird auditioned at the Fairy Queen's castle. But something happened to our dear bird.. His voice got lost! Oh.. Another Oh no!! The most exciting story in this edition, that's according to my kids, is The April Volcano. Everyone was happily making jokes and doing pranks on April Fool's Day, but they all got scared when a volcano suddenly started flowing lava. Yaiks! I heard a series of collective Oh No's while my kids and I read this book. They're quite a bunch of thrill seekers and Oliver's stories really get them excited everytime. Plus, he images/illustrations were also brilliant and pleasing to the eyes! Thanks Werner Stejskal for this wonderful story and truly engaging kiddie gem.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Charles Ray

    Oliver the elegant tomcat and his friend the kangaroo Jumpy are back in another adventure, Oliver and Jumpy, 19-21 by Werner Stejskal. In this series of adventures, Oliver and Jumpy visit Santa’s chocolate factory, meet a bird, Triller, who lives to sing, but loses his voice, and have to dodge hot lava when a volcano erupts on April Fool’s Day. Complete with some really cute illustrations, this is a great book to read to your little ones. Along with the adventures, there’s even a moral or two to Oliver the elegant tomcat and his friend the kangaroo Jumpy are back in another adventure, Oliver and Jumpy, 19-21 by Werner Stejskal. In this series of adventures, Oliver and Jumpy visit Santa’s chocolate factory, meet a bird, Triller, who lives to sing, but loses his voice, and have to dodge hot lava when a volcano erupts on April Fool’s Day. Complete with some really cute illustrations, this is a great book to read to your little ones. Along with the adventures, there’s even a moral or two to be found: for instance, something good can even come out of a bad situation if you keep the right attitude. Your young readers, of course, won’t be looking for morals—they’ll be looking for an interesting story and nice pictures, and they’ll find it here.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Kong

    The Oliver and Jumpy tales are about the adventures of a black cat who wears a top hat and his best friend Jumpy, who happens to be a kangaroo. Each book contains three new adventures displayed in vivid, colorful pictures. Young children will definitely enjoy following Oliver in his magical journeys.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Amy Shannon

    Celebrate friendship Once again, three amazingly tales of Oliver and Jumpy are put together to share the stories of friendship between unlikely animals. The graphics and stories mesh so well together that both tell the story.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    Werner Stejskal’s delightful Oliver and Jumpy series continues with books 19-21. These three intriguing stories, as well as the illustrations, are very appealing to children. The stories are cute and funny. The text and illustrations complement each other beautifully. Oliver & Jumpy Story 19, Santa’s Chocolate Factory, has Oliver, Jumpy and Joey taking the Kangaroo Shuffle to Santa’s chocolate factory, which is floating high in the sky between the clouds. Children will love this story, for Oliver Werner Stejskal’s delightful Oliver and Jumpy series continues with books 19-21. These three intriguing stories, as well as the illustrations, are very appealing to children. The stories are cute and funny. The text and illustrations complement each other beautifully. Oliver & Jumpy Story 19, Santa’s Chocolate Factory, has Oliver, Jumpy and Joey taking the Kangaroo Shuffle to Santa’s chocolate factory, which is floating high in the sky between the clouds. Children will love this story, for Oliver and his friends can eat as much as they want of the delicious treats. Everyone is having fun until Oliver and Jumpy realize that Joey is nowhere to be seen. Joey has been hiding and stuffing himself with sweets. Jumpy and Oliver have gone home. Joey spends the night in the factory, but Santa finds him and returns him to his mom. Oliver & Jumpy Story 10, Triller, is the tale of a bird that loves to sing. She enters a singing contest, and does well, but loses her voice before the finals. The Fairy Queen comes to the rescue with her magic. She makes a potion from “the sun’s rays and the moon’s cold light”. What could be more powerful than that? Triller’s voice returns and she wins the prize. Oliver thinks his meows are pretty terrific and thinks of entering the next singing competition! Oliver & Jumpy Story 21, April Volcano, is quite exciting. April Fool’s Day turns out to be scary. Oliver, Jumpy and Joey visit a volcano that explodes violently after they get there. They narrowly escape the fire and hot lava. Jumpy has her friends get in her pouch, and she pole vaults over the molten lava and brings them to safety. Then the friends enjoy the warm hot spring that bubbles up from the rocks as a result of the volcano eruption. In the Oliver & Jumpy stories, there is often some magic, which delights children’s imagination. There is always a problem to overcome and sometimes a little danger. Children often have a fascination with a problem to solve or a bit of danger; it keeps them in suspense and waiting eagerly for the resolution of the situation. All the stories end happily and everyone is safe, which is reassuring for children.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Melanie Adkins

    Oliver and Jumpy are having new adventures! Let's see what stories are included in this book. First, Santa's Chocolate Factory. Second, Triller and third, April Volcano. Each story is a chance to meet new friends and learn about their lives. Now let's start with the first book. Santa's Chocolate Factory- Did you know Santa has an open house at his chocolate factory once a year? It's true and Oliver, Jumpy and Joey are headed there. The trip to Santa's chocolate factory isn't any easy one. You'll Oliver and Jumpy are having new adventures! Let's see what stories are included in this book. First, Santa's Chocolate Factory. Second, Triller and third, April Volcano. Each story is a chance to meet new friends and learn about their lives. Now let's start with the first book. Santa's Chocolate Factory- Did you know Santa has an open house at his chocolate factory once a year? It's true and Oliver, Jumpy and Joey are headed there. The trip to Santa's chocolate factory isn't any easy one. You'll see all kinds of weather. Once there, squirrels serve the sweets to everyone. Just as Oliver and Jumpy are ready to head home, Joey goes missing. Where can he be? Triller- Triller is a singing bird. He loves to watch the sun as he sings. The fairies were having a contest for all the singers. Oliver talked Triller into trying out. The fairies loved his voice! It went well until Triller went home. He'd lost his voice. The Fairy Queen wanted to help Triller find his voice again. He found his voice just in time to win the contest. April Volcano- April first is a day for pranks. Oliver was the first one pranked and he couldn't wait to get his friends. While playing near their home, they saw smoke coming from the volcano. It was rumbling too. They decided to see what was going on. The mountain blew apart. Jumpy saves Oliver and Joey from the lava. They headed to the warm water in the valley to be safe. This series is written with little ones in mind. The story allows them to take part and have fun too. The writing is fantastic! The characters are friends your child will love for years. I love the fact this series let's your children meet many different animals and situations. The illustrations are so colorful and lively you won't lose your child's interest. Each story reminds us of morals and values kids need to know. Get this series for your child's library. I found no issues. I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because all kids will love them. Copy of book provided by author in exchange for a fair review~

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn Svendsen

    These are three unique children’s stories that your young ones will enjoy. Santa’s Chocolate Factory Join Oliver, Jumpy and Joey on a trip to Santa’s chocolate factory. This factory is unlike Santa’s home in the North Pole and there are no elves here. See what kind of mischief Joey gets himself into. I really liked the illustrations in this story. They were bright, clear and very attractive. The only negative thing I would say about them is that in one of the pictures I did not think one of the ill These are three unique children’s stories that your young ones will enjoy. Santa’s Chocolate Factory Join Oliver, Jumpy and Joey on a trip to Santa’s chocolate factory. This factory is unlike Santa’s home in the North Pole and there are no elves here. See what kind of mischief Joey gets himself into. I really liked the illustrations in this story. They were bright, clear and very attractive. The only negative thing I would say about them is that in one of the pictures I did not think one of the illustrations went with the words on the page because the Joey did not look like a kangaroo and appeared frightened rather than doing what the text said he was doing. In a second illustration I thought that Joey looked more like a wolf (with a chocolatey mouth) than a kangaroo. I totally loved Joey’s promise at the end of the story. It’s the same kind of promise most over-indulgers make, but no true choc-a-holic can keep. Triller Triller is a lovely story emphasizing friendship, encouragement, caring and self-confidence. Perhaps it will help inspire your young one to try something he or she is feeling shy about. April’s Fool In this April fool’s tale Oliver has a trick played on him and then he, Jumpy and Joey get themselves into some serious danger. You can feel the seriousness of the danger come through in the words of the author. Like a good children’s bedtime book that won’t lead to nightmares though, there is a good ending. All of Mr. Stejskal’s stories contain animals, fun, imagination and lots of love for children. I would highly recommend these excellent adventure stories for your younger children. I gave this book 5 stars out of 5 stars. I purchased this book on Amazon.ca. To see my complete review visit Shelf Full of Books http://kathrynsshelffullofbooks.blogs...

  8. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Silk

    "Another Great Saga of Oliver and Jumpy Adventures" This is another wonderful book for young children containing three different tales. You all remember Oliver, the handsome black and white cat, and Jumpy, the sweet kangaroo? Well, they are off to have fun! "Santa's Chocolate Factory." Once a year Santa has open house at his factory. So, Oliver, Jumpy, and little Joey will ride Dino the Dragon Shuttle Service with Jumpy's husband piloting. Everything about the factory is edible, but nibbles of th "Another Great Saga of Oliver and Jumpy Adventures" This is another wonderful book for young children containing three different tales. You all remember Oliver, the handsome black and white cat, and Jumpy, the sweet kangaroo? Well, they are off to have fun! "Santa's Chocolate Factory." Once a year Santa has open house at his factory. So, Oliver, Jumpy, and little Joey will ride Dino the Dragon Shuttle Service with Jumpy's husband piloting. Everything about the factory is edible, but nibbles of the building are not allowed. Wait till you see the goodies inside the factory!! What an adventure! "Triller." Do you know who Triller is? Well, he's a beautiful little song bird who makes all creatures smile when he sings. He only sings at sundown. Oliver loves to hear him every evening, and he encourages Triller to participate in a singing contest, even if he is a little shy. Do you think the three judges will like the song Triller wrote, "Spring In The Air?" Well, there's a bit of misfortune the Fairy Queen might just be able to solve! "April Volcano." April Fool's Day has come to Sillandia. Will prank day be fun for Oliver? Do cats like falling into a barrel of water? Jumpy and Joey pulled a fast stunt on Oliver, and now he's going to get even. But suddenly there is smoke and trembling noises coming from the nearby volcano. Is it smart to get closer to an erupting volcano? These are marvelous stories both the reader and child will be excited to read. I love these well written stories of Oliver, Jumpy, and Joey! They are all so adventurous! You'll love them, too!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kristi Richardson

    19. Santa’s Chocolate Factory A new take on Santa’s Factory, it’s not at the North Pole at all, but in the clouds! Children will be delighted at the quality control in Santa’s Chocolate Factory and love how all the animals pitch in. Oliver and Jumpy with Joey tagging along go on a tour but one of them is very naughty and spends the night eating all the goodies. Who do you think it was? 20. Triller Oliver discovers a singing contest and talks his sweet singing bird friend Triller into entering. Tril 19. Santa’s Chocolate Factory A new take on Santa’s Factory, it’s not at the North Pole at all, but in the clouds! Children will be delighted at the quality control in Santa’s Chocolate Factory and love how all the animals pitch in. Oliver and Jumpy with Joey tagging along go on a tour but one of them is very naughty and spends the night eating all the goodies. Who do you think it was? 20. Triller Oliver discovers a singing contest and talks his sweet singing bird friend Triller into entering. Triller sings his heart out to the judges and makes the finals. The only trouble is he loses his voice. Can he still win the contest? You have to read to find out. 21. April Volcano An April Fool’s Day to remember for Oliver and Jumpy and Joey. Oliver wakes up to a prank from the Kangaroo’s and off they go to figure out more tricks to play on their friends. The island volcano comes to life and the friends are mesmerized by the smoke and lava until they discover they are trapped between a lava river and safety. Jumpy comes to the rescue in an ingenious way. “Winter’s hardship is in the past, Summer now approaching fast!” The stories are fun and the pictures by Maycee Ann Reyes are the best yet. I loved the illustrations on Santa’s Chocolate Factory and my favorite drawings yet are from the April Volcano. I can’t imagine a child not being affected by these pictures. This is such a great series for all ages and it keeps on getting better. Highly recommend.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Whistlers Mom

    More adventures of handsome black tomcat Oliver and his lady friend Jumpy the kangaroo. And before you jump to conclusions, Oliver and Jumpy are NOT "an item." Jumpy is a married lady (her husband appears briefly in one story as he pilots the Kangaroo Express) with a lively little son Joey. Nope, they are just Besties. As usual , the action takes place in Silandia and is narrated by Oliver. In the first story, Joey's mischievous nature drives the plot when he manages to get locked up overnight in More adventures of handsome black tomcat Oliver and his lady friend Jumpy the kangaroo. And before you jump to conclusions, Oliver and Jumpy are NOT "an item." Jumpy is a married lady (her husband appears briefly in one story as he pilots the Kangaroo Express) with a lively little son Joey. Nope, they are just Besties. As usual , the action takes place in Silandia and is narrated by Oliver. In the first story, Joey's mischievous nature drives the plot when he manages to get locked up overnight in Santa's Candy Factory and then OD's on chocolate. Kids! The great thing about this author is that he recognizes no boundaries to the imagination. Santa's Candy Factory looks like the witch's house in Hansel and Gretel and Santa is his normal ho-ho-ho self, but the customers are served by squirrels and an orangutan stirs the pot and there are chimpanzees. Hey, it's his story. In the second story, Triller the Bird enters a "Silandia's Got Talent" contest and needs a little magic to win the prize. And finally, there are some April Fools pranks (ever heard the expression "madder than a wet cat?") and a volcanic eruption that threatens to turn the friends into toasted marshmallows. Brave Jumpy saves the day. I like these stories. They are quirky and entertaining and would be great to read to a younger child.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Ann

    In this latest adventure with Oliver and Jumpy, holidays are prominently featured. The first tale takes Oliver, Jumpy and baby Joey on an expedition to Santa's workshop which features delicious edible goodies of all types. Joey decides to hide and lock himself in, while everyone frantically searches for him. Will Joey be found and what can he learn from his adventure? The author's second tale features a bird named Triller who has an exceptional singing voice. Disaster strikes when Triller enters In this latest adventure with Oliver and Jumpy, holidays are prominently featured. The first tale takes Oliver, Jumpy and baby Joey on an expedition to Santa's workshop which features delicious edible goodies of all types. Joey decides to hide and lock himself in, while everyone frantically searches for him. Will Joey be found and what can he learn from his adventure? The author's second tale features a bird named Triller who has an exceptional singing voice. Disaster strikes when Triller enters a singing contest and loses his voice. Oliver tries to play an April Fool's joke on Jumpy and Joey in the third story, but suddenly finds that he has been outwitted by his friends. The joke becomes unimportant when the trio find themselves on the beach next to an erupting volcano. Will they find a way to save themselves and their fellow animal friends? As is the case in other books in the series, bold, brilliant and large illustrations make the stories come alive. Children in the early elementary grades who have read previous adventures will not be disappointed, and I suspect this book will enlist many new friends who are reading the series for the first time. Stories are highly recommended as classroom read alouds or individual bedtime stories.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Stiles

    In Santa's Chocolate Factory, Oliver, Jumpy and friends visit Santa's Factory Open House that sits betwee two clouds in the sky. They get there by ridig on the back of a Dio. they sample his candy and find out how it is made when they are ready to leave Joey can't be found. They assume he took a flight back home. He isn't there. What happened to him and how will he get back home? In Triller we find a beautiful bird named Triller. He has one of the most beautiful voices ever. Oliver encourages him In Santa's Chocolate Factory, Oliver, Jumpy and friends visit Santa's Factory Open House that sits betwee two clouds in the sky. They get there by ridig on the back of a Dio. they sample his candy and find out how it is made when they are ready to leave Joey can't be found. They assume he took a flight back home. He isn't there. What happened to him and how will he get back home? In Triller we find a beautiful bird named Triller. He has one of the most beautiful voices ever. Oliver encourages him to enter a singing contest. What will happen when Triller loses his voice? I loved teh pictures of triller and the other birds in this book. For some reason their style just really wowed me. In April Volcano, it is April Fool's Day. Oliver is trying to plan a prank on Jumpy and Joey. When he jumps out of his tree house he lands in water. This is a prank Jumpy and Joey played on Oliver. While he is trying to think of a way to prank them back their volcano suddenly erupts. How will they get away from this catastrophe? I love Oliver's books. They are always bright, colorful and usually have some sort of lesson to them. I received a copy to facilitate my review. The opinions expressed here are my own.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Janie

    "Oliver and Jumpy Stories 19-21" by Werner Stejskal is a delightful set of three stories. It's a continuation of the adventures of Oliver the cat and his best friend Jumpy Kangaroo. It is perfect for children who can read alone, and for parents to read to their younger children. If you've never read this series I highly recommend the books. Perfect for bedtime stories as each story in the book is just long enough, and if your child begs for just one more it's a perfect 10 minute read. Story 19: "Oliver and Jumpy Stories 19-21" by Werner Stejskal is a delightful set of three stories. It's a continuation of the adventures of Oliver the cat and his best friend Jumpy Kangaroo. It is perfect for children who can read alone, and for parents to read to their younger children. If you've never read this series I highly recommend the books. Perfect for bedtime stories as each story in the book is just long enough, and if your child begs for just one more it's a perfect 10 minute read. Story 19: Santa's Chocolate Factory. Can you imagine meeting Santa and being able to indulge of some wonderful sweets. Possibly overindulging. Story 20: Triller. Is about a bird who loves to sing and one day wakes up to find he's lost his voice. Some magical fun awaits. Story 21: April Volcano. April Fool's! Ever wonder what would happen when a prank goes wrong? On this adventure the friends find that what seems harmless is really much more complicated. They need to deal with a volcano erupting.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Horon

    Another great book in the series From the deliciously sweet story of Santa's Chocolate Factory to a nail-biting volcano adventure, Oliver and Jumpy continue to bring fresh stories to kids. Werner Stejskal has great characters, creative actions that bring the story to life, and lessons that teach but not preach. Of course gluttony would come to mind if you were allowed to sample at Santa's factory during an open house, but on a crowded day, you should also stay close to your group. Triller is the Another great book in the series From the deliciously sweet story of Santa's Chocolate Factory to a nail-biting volcano adventure, Oliver and Jumpy continue to bring fresh stories to kids. Werner Stejskal has great characters, creative actions that bring the story to life, and lessons that teach but not preach. Of course gluttony would come to mind if you were allowed to sample at Santa's factory during an open house, but on a crowded day, you should also stay close to your group. Triller is the bird of the second story with the most lovely voice in all of Sillandia, but may not win a contest when something goes wrong. Friends are the best support that bird can have! The April Volcano can be a bit intense, but kids can talk about the right and wrong that Oliver and friends did in their situation, and take pleasure in the good fortune at the end. Whether you read one story at a time or read them all at once, you and your child will enjoy these tales.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Janice Spina

    More Fun Adventures with Oliver and Jumpy! This series of Oliver and Jumpy involves three stories - one about Santa and his chocolate factory, another about a bird named Triller, and last, a story about a volcano on April Fool's Day. Each story is creative and interesting with beautiful illustrations. Children will enjoy reading these stories and quickly turn the pages to find out what happens next. I would recommend this book and all the other Oliver and Jumpy books to parents for their children More Fun Adventures with Oliver and Jumpy! This series of Oliver and Jumpy involves three stories - one about Santa and his chocolate factory, another about a bird named Triller, and last, a story about a volcano on April Fool's Day. Each story is creative and interesting with beautiful illustrations. Children will enjoy reading these stories and quickly turn the pages to find out what happens next. I would recommend this book and all the other Oliver and Jumpy books to parents for their children. A copy of this book was given to this reviewer in exchange for an honest review.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Laura Ruetz

    These wonderfully illustrated stories are great to read to young children and perfect for older children to read by themselves. They are fun and the unlikely duo of Oliver and Jumpy works so well. Santa's Chocolate Factory - what a fun story. What little kid doesn't wonder and dream about visiting where Santa Makes his chocolate! Whimsical and fun illustrations and the stories always teach good lessons to the kids in the best possible way, while engaging them in the story by asking questions. These wonderfully illustrated stories are great to read to young children and perfect for older children to read by themselves. They are fun and the unlikely duo of Oliver and Jumpy works so well. Santa's Chocolate Factory - what a fun story. What little kid doesn't wonder and dream about visiting where Santa Makes his chocolate! Whimsical and fun illustrations and the stories always teach good lessons to the kids in the best possible way, while engaging them in the story by asking questions.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mae Segeti

    Cute stories, great characters and wonderful illustrations I absolutely loved this book. The main characters are Oliver the cat, who is the narrator. His best friend is Jumpy, and her son, Joey. The book has three separate stories. The first is about a trip to the chocolate factory, the second about Oliver's friend, a song bird, and the last about April fools day. And the best part of this series might just be the gorgeous illustrations. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone looking for cute stor Cute stories, great characters and wonderful illustrations I absolutely loved this book. The main characters are Oliver the cat, who is the narrator. His best friend is Jumpy, and her son, Joey. The book has three separate stories. The first is about a trip to the chocolate factory, the second about Oliver's friend, a song bird, and the last about April fools day. And the best part of this series might just be the gorgeous illustrations. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone looking for cute stories, great characters and wonderful illustrations.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Randy

    Oliver and Jumpy Loose Again Once more we have a delightful trio of tales of Oliver and Jumpy: a visit to Santa's chocolate factory, a singing contest for their friend Triller, and an April Fool's day prank that works out for all involved. Beautifully inventive stories, marvelous artwork. Author Werner Stejskal delivers once again. Oliver and Jumpy Loose Again Once more we have a delightful trio of tales of Oliver and Jumpy: a visit to Santa's chocolate factory, a singing contest for their friend Triller, and an April Fool's day prank that works out for all involved. Beautifully inventive stories, marvelous artwork. Author Werner Stejskal delivers once again.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Regina Foo

    As always, Oliver and Jumpy series is a great entertaining and educating story book for children. I personally love the way the author brings out the value of moral in the story with science and fantasy elements in it. All three stories are fun to read except that Santa's Chocolate Factory ended abruptly to me. It'll be great if the series can have a printed edition. As always, Oliver and Jumpy series is a great entertaining and educating story book for children. I personally love the way the author brings out the value of moral in the story with science and fantasy elements in it. All three stories are fun to read except that Santa's Chocolate Factory ended abruptly to me. It'll be great if the series can have a printed edition.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Johanna Sawyer

    Oliver the cat! Thanks to the author for a copy to read and review. I enjoyed this group of short stories about Oliver and his companions Jumpy and Joey. We start off with a Christmas story and then jump to a singing talent show, and then leave off with a Aprils Fools Day gone wrong. Nice imagery and non violent themes. Four stars.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Wesley B. Caldwell

    Really good book... This is really good as always and has Santa's Chocolate Factory in it, which is my son's favorite story so far. Beautiful artwork and great stories as always. Really good book... This is really good as always and has Santa's Chocolate Factory in it, which is my son's favorite story so far. Beautiful artwork and great stories as always.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Aline

    Love this children's book author. The books are colorful and full of opportunities to open discussions of all sorts with your little ones. Very "educational" in terms of life events. Love this children's book author. The books are colorful and full of opportunities to open discussions of all sorts with your little ones. Very "educational" in terms of life events.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Inderpreet Uppal

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ramdan Elsayed

  25. 5 out of 5

    Brenda

  26. 5 out of 5

    Mark Needler

  27. 4 out of 5

    Marjorie

  28. 5 out of 5

    Werner Stejskal

  29. 5 out of 5

    علاء عقيل

  30. 5 out of 5

    Gina Hott

  31. 5 out of 5

    Jenny Palabay

  32. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay

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