FatCat, the friendly feline who helps make the catechism of the Christian faith understandable for our little ones, has recently won two awards.
The King of Easter: For All God’s Children received Moonbeam’s Silver award for the category of Religion, and won first place in the American Book Fest’s Religion category.
Following Jesus’s journey from his birth to the cross, his resurrection, and beyond, and featuring a family prayer, The King of Easter reminds us of the meaning of Easter and Jesus’s power to save. FatCat follows Jesus as he seeks and saves the lost. Whether friends or enemies—if they are lost, Jesus came to seek and save them. At every step, he brings his new friends to join the search.
Todd Hains, associate publisher of Lexham Press and writer of The King of Easter, shares, “It’s a joy to see others recognize the beauty and value of our FatCat books! Tasha’s art opens the hearts and imaginations of dear children and those who care for them. The words of FatCat authors help give words for our little ones to confess their faith and praise our Lord.”
Since its launch in 2023, the FatCat series has received numerous awards. The Lord’s Prayer for All God’s Children, won gold in Moonbeam’s Religion category. FatCat: The Lord’s Prayer, The Apostles’ Creed, and The King of Christmas each were finalists for American Book Fest and the FatCat series won best series from Northern Lights in 2023. In the same year, The Apostles’ Creed won Resource of the Year for youth and kids from Outreach Magazine.
Catch FatCat’s newest installment, The Ten Commandments: For All God’s Children, publishing in January 2024 from Lexham Press!