Louise Packer’s Review of Black Cat & Coccinelle

Louise Packer’s Review of Black Cat & Coccinelle

Miraculous & Black Cat is a follow-up to Disney’s film: The Beauty and the Clochard. This book covers the first part of history, which is when M-L becomes a young woman and as such, paves the way for the second part of history. The first part concerns the restoration of Lady Bug’s house which was destroyed in the film. M-L gets the Clochard, the white stork, to take care of a baby and brings back a famous mouse named Bill who lived in M-L’s old house. The next part is after a party where Lady Bug gets the bright yellow jacket she wanted. Then his journey begins. She meets Charles and Margaret and the rest of the bad guys, and of course there are also new encounters. Meanwhile, M-L gets a new job at an old house. She is busy, but not too busy, and when her time is retired, she plans to travel around. She finds a great little hotel in New Mexico and lives there and meets colorful characters. She gets a chance to travel through time with her own yellow jacket and has to figure out how to solve many problems. She’s also starting to work with a crazy old man. Overall, this book does not feel the same way as the Beauty and the Clochard. I was hoping to get a little more insight into M-L’s mother and thoughts about mirror thoughts. If you read the previous books, then you know that mirror thoughts were a mystery of the book. Moreover, the novel started from this book, but if you liked the first one, you’ll love this one. Be sure to read the previous books first. The children had a lot of screen time in this book. They had adventures and they did cute things as well. He was very funny and I liked him M-L. The only bad thing about the book was that the “bum miracle” was lost in the Disney movie. So, people