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About Katie Kath
Katie graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) with an MFA in illustration. She illustrates books, magazines, and literary media for children and is the artist for several picture and middle grade books. Some of her books have been recognized by folks like the Bank Street College of Education & Children's Book Committee, the New York Public Library, and the Children's Book Council (CBC), and the Junior Library Guild.
Katie conducts workshops and lectures for both kids and adults at universities, bookstores, libraries, and elementary schools across the Carolinas, and heads her local chapter of the Urban Sketchers group.
In her spare time, she tries to amuse her cat (often to no avail), plays piano, draws cartoons about her life, and counts the days until Christmas.
To view Katie's work, please visit:
www.ktkath.com, and/or follow her on Instagram: @katiekathdraws
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In this story told in spare, lyrical prose, a Jewish family prepares for their Passover seder, visiting the farmer's market for walnuts, lilacs, and honey (and adopting a kitten along the way!), then chopping apples for the charoset, and getting dressed up before walking to Nana's house. The refrain throughout is “Dayenu”—a mind-set of thankfulness, a reminder to be aware of the blessings in each moment. At Nana's, there's matzo ball soup, chicken, coconut macaroons, and of course, the hidden afikomen. After opening the door for Elijah and singing the verses of “Chad Gadya,”Nana tucks the children in for a special Passover sleepover.
This warm, affectionate story embraces Passover in the spirit of dayenu, and offers a comprehensive glossary—it’s a perfect read for the entire family in anticipation and celebration of the holiday.
But one summer Grandpa seems to have forgotten how to do the things they love. Does he even know who Noah is?
Grandma steps in energetically, filling in as best she can. But it is Noah who finds the way back to something he can share with Grandpa. Something musical. Something that makes the morning beautiful again.
This is a story about how love helps us find even what we think is lost.