What are readers saying about Sheldon's Diary?

Sheldon's diary is the tale of Sheldon, a feline member of the Paws for the Imminent Cause (PIC) service to all animals in need. The diary is filed with fun, and fairly light-hearted short stories about young Sheldon's quests to help other animals--often requiring him to solve mysteries--and fulfill his duty. The novel also includes diary entries from Cheddar, another PIC feline. Toward the end of the book, the two team up to embark on their most dangerous mission yet.

Sheldon's diary included likable animal characters, mystery, some action, and humor. I would recommend it to adult animal lovers (especially those fond of cats) who enjoy interwoven humor and mystery.

--Gabrielle Arrowsmith

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review, and I didn't know what it was about going into it. When I saw the subject matter, I was a little apprehensive. Stories told from an animal's point of view are often challenging for me. Because we don't really know what animals think, animal-voiced books are often either too human or too cutesy for my tastes. I am pleased to report that is not the case with Sheldon's Diary. The writing is smooth, the action well paced, and the story, told in short little vignettes, really moves along. I really enjoyed the voice that Ms. Quire created for Sheldon the cat. There are moments of humor and quirkiness, given that we are seeing things through a feline's eyes. If you love animals, this is a must read. Or if you enjoy an interesting point of view, unique narrators, and lighthearted adventures. Sheldon's Diary is a fun, fast read!

--Kelly Risser, author