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Children's Book Week, DAY 4 - Arts Books

Children's Book Week, DAY 4 - Arts Books

Mims Books Children's Book Week Challenge #4: The Arts

Creativity through drama.

Visual and performing arts is the focus of the next #SuperPowerReading challenge for Children's Book Week. The reading list includes biographies of artists, books about certain art pieces, and books about drama. 

When Kitten Go Viral Cover

WHEN KITTENS GO VIRAL is set in a world where cats have a cat-to-human speech translator. Because of this, they control their own video production and started KittyTube. The kitten stars live in Kittywood, their version of Hollywood. And on a night of destiny, a special kitten is born. What kind of acting will she pursue? Will she be a water cat? A food cat? A chase cat?

This novel for ages 8-12 is a fast, fun read! 

“...Pattison’s characters delight...” Kirkus Reviews


Here are some images from the book:

How to groom a cat:

Grooming a viral Cat

The Persian family - playing in the mud.

playing in the mud


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About Darcy Pattison

Children’s book author and indie publisher DARCY PATTISON writes award-winning fiction and non-fiction books for children. Five books have received starred PW, Kirkus, or BCCB reviews. Awards include the Irma Black Honor award, five NSTA Outstanding Science Trade Books, two Eureka! Nonfiction Honor book, two Junior Library Guild selections, two NCTE Notable Children’s Book in Language Arts, a Notable Social Studies Trade Book, an Arkansiana Award, and the Susannah DeBlack Arkansas Children’s History Book
award. She’s the 2007 recipient of the Arkansas Governor’s Arts Award for Individual Artist for her work in children’s literature. Her books have been translated into ten languages.

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