New Kittycat Books Catalog Site

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Welcome to the Kittycat Books catalog website! Kittycat Books is the children’s picture book label of Dragonfly Publishing, Inc. See the ABOUT page for information, formats, and distribution. See the AUTHORS page for brief biographies with website links. See the CATALOG page for a list of current titles with links to on-site title pages. Title pages include book covers, descriptions (blurbs), copyright data, formats, ISBNs, awards, reviews, and sales links. Check back often for news and updates. Domain:

A Hat for George

Now read A HAT FOR GEORGE, Book 3 of The Tales of George Giraffe, children’s picture book series written by Randy Covert and illustrated by Chet Taylor. In this third book in the series, George Giraffe notices that many kids visiting the zoo get to wear some neat hats. Can George have a hat? Can a giraffe even wear a hat? Does he really need a hat? || READ MORE AND FIND SALES LINKS [Some sales links are still enabling; check back in a few days if any do not yet show live. Thanks!]

A Bed for George

abedforgeorge200x300Now read A BED FOR GEORGE — Book 1 of The Tales of George Giraffe, the new children’s picture book written by Randy Covert and illustrated by Chet Taylor. [Children’s Picture Book (rated G for ages 2-7) 34 pages with 15 full-page illustrations | Released September 2016 on the Kittycat Books label of Dragonfly Publishing, Inc. | Available in color paperback, color hardback, black/white coloring book, and ebook at Amazon and Barnes & Noble] George Giraffe has a problem. He is just too tall to sleep like other animals. All he wants is a comfortable place to rest at night. Can George find a bed that fits him? Click here to find sales links and more….

Last, But Not Least now in coloring book

cvr200x300lastbutnotleastLAST, BUT NOT LEAST, the children’s picture book written and illustrated by Chet Taylor, is now available in a coloring book edition with 18 full page illustrations to color. The book is also available in full color ebook, trade paperback, and library hardback. Robert, the youngest rabbit in a large family, complains that he is the last to do everything, from brushing his teeth in the morning to being chosen to play baseball. But when he is confronted by a bully after school one afternoon, he learns there are also good things about being the youngest.CLICK HERE to read more and to find sales links….