About the series

Read about all the itsy bitsy kitties who accidentally disobey their moms and tumble head first over the Rainbow Bridge into the most frightening adventure of their itsy bitsy kitty lives.

The Rainbow Bridge divides the lands between two very different worlds. The colorful and happy world where everything is magical is the best world of all! There is never a bad day. Everyone is friends with everyone else! When they accidentally cross over the Rainbow Bridge to the Other World, the animals try to eat them! There is no happiness. There is great danger there. The Other World is filled with scary creatures and awful night-time sounds.

But each kitty finds that one true friend that gives them hope. Then the magic happens!

Will the kitties ever find their way home to their families? Or will they remain captive in this evil Other World? Read all seven Rainbow Kitty Adventures to find out!


Sunday, October 18, 2015

MR. BIGGLES SAVE THE BEST TEACHER EVER


Mr. Biggles was considered the best thinker in His World!  But even he couldn’t figure out how to keep from being eaten by hungry tigers when he accidentally crossed over the Rainbow Bridge, into the dark and scary Other World.
…Until he met Timothy. Timothy’s favorite teacher, Mrs. Molloy, had disappeared.  And a substitute teacher, old Mrs. Crabapple, had taken her place!  She was mean!  And Timothy was skipping school! Things would only get
worse.


Read the first chapter and see  for yourself. Then go to the button below  and purchase your own copy.

                                          Chapter 1
                                       Trapped in a Cage

Mr. Biggles remembers being on the rainbow bridge looking after his 13 brothers and sisters.  And that’s when it happened.  Two of his younger brothers were rolling on the bridge, playing, and having a great time.  All of a sudden, one brother, Lollicat, began rolling down the bridge. Down, down he rolled, missing the Other World by inches!  Mr. Biggles ran down the bridge and grabbed his brother just in a nick of time, just before his itsy bitsy foot touched the wrong side of the bridge.

Then something terrible happened.  Mr. Biggles lost his balance and tripped over his own paws, tumbling paw over paw, right into the Other World.  When he woke up, he was alone.  Gone were his mom and dad and his 13 sisters and brothers. Gone was His World, all because he hadn’t listened to his mom.  She always told him over and over, “Mr. Biggles, be very careful.  Never, ever cross over the rainbow bridge.  It is a dark and scary place there, and wild animals will try to eat you.” 

What could he do?  He really had no choice.   His brother was in grave danger.  He would have tumbled over the edge into the Other World.  And Lollicat was too young to see the dangers that lurked there. So here he was in the strange and dark world his mother had warned him about.  And she was right!

This world was all cement and giant cages with shiny steel bars.  There were animals of every type.  He knew them all, the zebras, the elephants, the giraffes, and the tigers, but something was different from His World. These animals looked sad and unhappy.  Some were even begging Mr. Biggles to set them free. 

 Mr. Biggles landed on the hard cement on his head, up against the tiger cage.  He couldn’t believe how big those
tigers were.  They looked a bit like him, but something told Mr. Biggles they would eat him if they could.  One of the orange and black tigers came right up to him and tried to grab him by extending his very large paws through the cage and swatting at him. 

 Mr. Biggles being the great thinker that he was known to be in His World, used his powers of thinking to dodge the very agile tiger cat.  This made the tigers pace back and forth in their cage. Both tigers let out a roar that made Mr. Biggles curl up into a ball and bang his long flat tail over and over on the hard ground. 

 Meow! I am so scared.  Meow!  I should have listened to my mom.  But then Mr. Biggles realized that it was his fault for not thinking on his paws.  That one misstep, tripping over his own paws after he had saved Lollicat, landed him here, on his head, in this strange dark Other World.

Meow! He cried softly.  He was tired.  He was hungry.  But above all, Mr. Biggles knew he might never see his family again. He would miss his mom and dad and his 13 brothers and sisters.   This was the saddest day of his young kitty life.
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