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Read, laugh and learn with Kathy Brodsky!

Creative Child Magazine Book of the Year

International Literacy Association and Children’s Book Council Children’s Choices Reading List Award

• A CatFish Tale’s themes include:

  • Learning and Geography
  • Diversity and Tolerance
  • Friendship and Loyalty
  • Temptation and Responsibility

• Excellent resource for teachers, library ‘story hours,’ and parents – discussion questions to further the reading/learning experience

About A CatFish Tale:

A Spanish Translation of A Catfish Tale, It's a very funny story, focusing on friendship and loyalty - about going above and beyond for a good friend, being responsible and learning how to overcome challenges, The characters are delightful and the reader will chuckle at the highly unlikely friendships that are a model for diversity and tolerance,

Discussion questions delve into friendship, responsibility, temptation and geography, and enable parents, educators, therapists and librarians to create a dynamic learning experience from an engaging storyline with whimsical illustrations by Brodsky’s talented illustrator, Cameron Bennett, Creative “funtivity” exercises encourage young readers/listeners to put those lessons into action,

Praise for A CatFish Tale:

Unusual animal friendships are always fun and inspiring, A CatFish Tale also teaches important lessons about responsibility and compassion, - Tony LaCasse, spokesperson, New England Aquarium

Pack together one loyal cat friend with three fish and their fishlings on a trip from Cape Cod to Wisconsin, It's a whale of a cat-fish tale! – Margaret Gardner, Children’s Librarian, Boston Public Library

Through rhyme, illustration and probing questions, Kathy Brodsky offers up a delighful tale of friendship and kindness that will help nurture positive social skills in our children, - Richard J, Davidson, Ph,D,, Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry, University of Wisconsin - Madison