Accomplished author/artist and designer with 18+ years’ experience writing, illustrating and designing children’s books and artwork spins an exciting yarn in this delightful book.
“Dress-up play allows anyone to dream, hope, and use their imagination. It gives kids permission to pretend to be someone or something different and extraordinary that reflects their personality and current interests and promotes more independence by allowing kids to practice self-care skills.” –GeniusofPlay.org
Child’s Play magazine lists these benefits for children playing dress up: physical development/motor skills; social skills/empathy/interaction/communication with others; life skills/role playing/gender exploration; stretching imagination/creativity/memory; developing confidence/ability to be anything they want and accomplish goals; work through experiences/emotions.
Great pick for fans of Nick Jr.'s Paw Patrol/Kitten Catastrophe/Super Kitties episodes.
Easy, fun, and inexpensive for Indies, gift stores, and parents to pair with cat costume merchandise, activities, and makeup.
Review praise for Super Jane’s previous work includes: “skilled pacing, simple wording, and bright images…” “Buoyant art.” –Kirkus; “Cheery sticker book aesthetic” --Publishers Weekly.
Free activity guide will be available to download.
Synopsis: A girl playing dress up as a cat takes her role playing seriously. When her toy mouse is destroyed, she discovers it isn’t her brother, but a surprise visitor.
Miss Meow is a picture book that covers a variety of common social emotional issues for young children, including learning to handle feelings of anger, sharing with others, getting along with siblings and being empathetic, all packaged in a fun, rainy-day adventure at home.