About the Book
Author: Lily Lee
Genre: Children's Fiction
Length: 34 pages
Release Date: May 15, 2015
Synopsis: This is the first in a series about Addy the Bat and her friends. In this adventure, Addy goes to visit Cat with her friend Josie and what an amazing time they have!
With whimsical painted cut-out created pictures, this book is sure to delight children of all ages and bring imagination to life!
ADDY THE BAT AND A VISIT TO CAT
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Addy is a fruit bat who lives in the forest. She has many friends, but her very best friend is Josie the dog. Addy and Josie decide to pay a visit to Cat and what an interesting day they have!
This playful story is sure to charm its way into the heart of little readers. I absolutely adore the amazing illustrations and must say they are my favorite part of the story. I also love Cat's game of "I Don't Care" which my cat also plays and, just like Cat from the story, wins every time.
The simple text combined with engaging illustrations make Addy the Bat and a Visit to Cat a story children will want to hear again and again. I highly recommend picking up a copy.
About the Author
Q: Favorite cookie?
A: Anything freshly baked by someone who loves me.
Q: Three things you'd need on a desert island?
A: A good knife, a piece of string and a computer with unlimited high-speed internet access. Oh. And lip balm. Maybe a frying pan. Books! I forgot books! No, books will be on the computer...are a computer and internet access two things or one thing? Wait! I could make string out of coconut fibers! And if there are coconuts, I could make lip balm too! So, now can I take matches, and maybe books? Is a lighter better than matches? ... I'm sorry, what was the question?
Q: Are there books that have changed your life?
A:Books are always changing my life, or at least changing my mind, which might be the same thing. Ravenswood is publishing "Addy the Fruit Bat and a Visit to Cat" this year- it'll be the first of my stories to be set on a page. Does that count as life changing, or is it just really, really exciting?
Q: What children's books do you most admire?
A: I love simple, good-humored stories that give grown-ups and children lots of fun things to talk about. There are books by Dr. Seuss, Mercer Mayer, Maurice Sendak and Stephen Kellogg that probably haunt my adult children's dreams . It's not just the classics I love though- in fact, if you haven't read, or read to a child, books by David Somar and Jacky Davis, Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith, Mo Willems, or Laura Nuemeroff, read them as soon as you can. No, don't. If you do that, you will have no reason at all to read any book of mine. And I would really like you to read my book.
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