My name is Mrs. D. and I am an author of children's books. Currently, I’m juggling many projects including several new books. I love to write. I love this beautiful language. I write because I have something to share. I write because maybe someday, someone in this world may need my experience. I write for one simple reason. I love how it makes me feel: free.
New arrivals to the family bring an unexpected change of heart to a cat set in her ways in this new illustrated book released by Dog Ear Publishing.
Dog Ear Publishing releases "The City and the Old Kittens House Cat" by Mrs. D.
This simple but touching fable about being welcoming to others and sharing Equally works well for reading aloud as a family or for curling up with in a cozy corner.
Galloway, NJ (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
Christmas time means time spent with family, both the two-legged and four-legged variety. Nydam, adopted when she was just a little lost calico kitten, has led a calm, uneventful life with her human family for years. In this charming new children's book, everything changes when the family's older daughter brings two playful kittens home to visit the day before Christmas. Although Nydam finds them annoying, Mickey and Jack are not the spoiled kittens she imagines.
"The City and the Old Kittens House Cat" tells the story of Nydam and her dislike of the visitors, who arrive with pretty collars with bells that make noise. They go everywhere. She defends her food dish and gives them dirty looks as they play under the Christmas tree. It's not until Nydam hears about their rescue from a harsh life on the streets with a sick mama cat that she realizes she has more in common with the kittens than she thought.
This simple but touching fable about being welcoming to others and sharing works equally well for reading aloud as a family or for curling up with in a cozy corner. Mrs. D. knows how to convey the magical spirit of Christmas and its message of love and friendship. The illustrations, created by MikeMotz.com, are dramatic and vivid.
Author Olga D'Agostino, known as Mrs. D., grew up on a farm by the Carpathian Mountains in western Ukraine, surrounded by nature. Her childhood featured an imaginary world she filled with characters from books she read. She and her two small daughters immigrated to the United States in 1992. D'Agostino, who speaks many languages, has also written other illustrated children's books: "Carlo The Mouse on Vacation," "The Trees Have Hearts," Good Morning, World, "and" Carlo The Mouse, Book 1: Too Many Rules for One Little Mouse." "The Trees Have Hearts" was awarded a 2013 Mom's Choice Award. She is already working on several other books for children, including more adventures starring Carlo The Mouse, and "Runaway Clothes," "The Mysterious Life Inside a Closet," "Everyone Needs Someone: The Royal Palm," "Who Is Most Important in The Fridge "and" That Is How Things Are. "
ISBN: 978-1-4575-1619-1 (paperback) 34 pages $ 19.99 U.S.
ISBN: 978-1-4575-1682-5 (hardcover) 34 pages $ 29.99 U.S.
Available at Ingram, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and fine bookstores everywhere.
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