They All Saw a Cat: A Glorious Celebration of Observation and Curiosity
Working in publishing, you interact with a lot of books—and, like in many creative industries, some works are great, some are fantastic, and some make you stop and take a mental note of the date and time, as it’s the moment you discovered a rare diamond. This, my friend, is one of those rare diamonds.
They All Saw a Cat by Brendan Wenzel is not about a cat. And yet, it is all about a cat.
From the first page, the reader follows a cat walking through the world and sees how the cat is observed by different creatures, big and small. At first a child sees a cat, then a dog sees a cat, and then a fox sees a cat. The illustrations explore the natural world through perception on every page.
Brendan Wenzel’s creative genius places the reader behind the eyes of each animal as they each see a cat in their own unique way. With a different illustration style and medium on every page, we are given a plethora of visual sustenance as we delight in the smart, often funny, and beautiful interpretations of a cat.
In celebration of the release of They All Saw a Cat and in the spirit of Brendan Wenzel’s passion for creativity and imagination, we are offering a free canvas pencil pouch—each filled with a 10-piece colored pencil set—with every preorder of the book. Explore what you see with these creative tools!
To receive this limited edition offer, visit here after you preorder, and fill out the form with your purchase information.
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