Colorful, charming and character-forming, What’s Wrong With A Black Cat? will take young readers to an exciting adventure with Kitten as she learns valuable lessons about kindness, inner beauty, and family.
This heartwarming story delivers powerful messages about human character and promotes valuable lessons about the importance of one’s internal character versus the superficiality of external beauty. What’s Wrong With A Black Cat? educates readers about the rewards that arise from having compassion for homeless cats. The story highlights the issues facing these cats, and shows how one caring family is able to change the lives of three cats that are living in their yard.
Karyn has been a volunteer for Summit Animal Rescue Association (S.A.R.A.), a NJ-based rescue group, for over 10 years. Her story sprang to life after a hungry, black, female cat appeared at dawn one cold morning, and Karyn had to find a home for yet another black cat. Karyn hopes to spotlight the problems facing homeless cats so others might help, too. Karyn resides in New Jersey with her husband and two sons. She is a musician and substitute teacher. Karyn’s aunt, Ada Pettingill, lives in Upstate NY. Now retired, Ada enjoys animals, the outdoors, drawing, and painting.