5 thoughts on “The Queen and the Cats

  1. This was a kindle freebie. Mrs Lee you sold yourself short. It’s a great book about St. Helena. Has some good humor and great illustrations. I’m really glad I read it.

  2. Calee M. Lee has written a charming children’s book entitled The Queen and the Cats, illustrated by Turbo Qualls. According to the press release:

    “Queen Helena has brought the greatest of gifts to the people of Cyprus. But when she tries to present the treasure, the Queen discovers that the local churches have been infested with a deadly problem. It’s up to Queen Helena and a little village girl to come up with a solution that will make the churches safe once more.

    The Queen and the Cats tells

  3. This is the story of Empress Helena, mother of Constantine. In the story when she visits Cypress with a holy gift she realizes the people are unable to worship in their church because of snakes. The Empress sends a gift to Cypress that will make it possible for people to worship once again. Read this historical book to find out what gift she sends and with whom she trusts the gift.

  4. Calee M. Lee has taken an obscure footnote from history and turned it into a warm and vivid story for children. Through this book, young readers, as well as their parents, can explore Queen Helena’s arrival on Cyprus with a piece of the True Cross, only to find the island dangerously infested with snakes. But the tale is presented through the eyes of a little girl. Turbo Qualls’ illustrations are colorful, rich, and add a touching and emotional element to the already engaging story. The book com

  5. I wrote this book, so I’m just a little bit biased 😉
    People who need The Queen and the Cats on their shelf:
    *Anyone named Helen, Helena, Eleni, or any other Helen derivative.
    *Orthodox or Catholic Christians
    *Children ages 4-8
    *Lovers of cats
    *Haters of snakes
    *Cypriots
    *Greeks
    *People who are looking for a beautifully-illustrated ebook for their children

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