The Lost Kitten
When a tiny stray kitten turns up on the doorstep, Hina and her mother take the kitten in. Hina makes a home for it and learns all about caring for a living creature. Then one day the kitten goes missing.
This is the eagerly anticipated new picture book from Japan’s leading illustrator Komako Sakai, whose atmospheric illustrations are filled with grace.
The Lost Kitten is a perfectly simple story about finding something to love then fearing it is lost, drawn with a light touch.
|Interest Level||Preschool - Kindergarten|
|Reading Level||Grade 1|
|Genre||Fiction, Picture Books|
|Number of Pages||32|
- Cooperative Children's Book Center (CCBC) Choices
“[T]his sweet, beautifully illustrated story emphasizes both empathy and compassion. Perfect for little animal-lovers.”—Booklist
School Library Journal
“More than a basic stray kitten tale, this is a sweet selection about being lost and found. The cozy ending will fill listeners with hope.”—School Library Journal
Born in Tokyo in 1964, Lee is a hair and make-up artist whose work has been featured in magazines, commercials, film, and theater. The Lost Kitten is his first book.
Illustrator: Komako Sakai
Komako Sakai lives in Japan and studied art in Tokyo. She is one of the most popular children's illustrators in Japan and winner of the Japanese Picture Book Prize, and her books are published throughout the world.