Kids + Teens

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.

They All Saw 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.

They All Saw a Cat

They All Saw a Cat

They All Saw 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!

They All Saw a Cat preorder offer

To receive this limited edition offer, visit here after you preorder, and fill out the form with your purchase information.

They All Saw a Cat

Learn more about They All Saw a Cat with the video:

What do you see?

Hannah Moushabeck

Hannah Moushabeck

Hannah is the Associate Marketing Manager for Chronicle children's books. She is an all-round book nerd, born into a family of book nerds. She can be bribed with avocados and picture books.
Hannah Moushabeck

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