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Kathryn Hast

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Kathryn Hast has a Master’s of Fine Arts degree in writing and a Master’s degree in Education. She is from York, Pennsylvania, and she lives in Asheville, North Carolina with her husband and two children. She has one dog named after a Beatles song, and one that barks at the television. Otis Grows is her first published work of fiction, and her next book Batty Betty is forthcoming.

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Kathryn Hast My daughter told me yesterday that a "connoisseurus" is a pet that bites you if you pet him. Lot of mystery there, including who among the dinosauria …moreMy daughter told me yesterday that a "connoisseurus" is a pet that bites you if you pet him. Lot of mystery there, including who among the dinosauria was especially critical, why it is that he's so touchy, and where does she come up with this stuff.(less)
Kathryn Hast Hi Tammy!

Yes, copies are out and available, and we just issued a giveaway for fifteen signed editions here on Goodreads. Throw your hat in!

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Hi Tammy!

Yes, copies are out and available, and we just issued a giveaway for fifteen signed editions here on Goodreads. Throw your hat in!

As for your Celebrate Diversity! book, I think that's great. Yes, Otis Grows certainly shines a light on how cultures can sometimes clash. It's couched in a bit of a bizarre premise (that an onion could be the son of a chicken and a flower) but my hope is that parents and kids can get past the "genetics" and find some things to talk about. A recent interview I did with The Corner on Character addresses that:

http://corneroncharacter.blogspot.com...

Glad to be your first GR friend. Congratulations on your first publication. Looking forward to your May release!

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10 Books on Bullying Every Family Must Have

Happy October.

Amidst the pumpkin lattes and fall foliage, and--yes, Domestic Violence Awareness Month--it is also Bullying Awareness Month.

We were honored recently to make a Top Ten list for books families should own about bullying.

This world seems crazier by the minute, but I think we can all find some hope in reading to our children.

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“Otis Grows is a kid’s book that looks at adult problems. It playfully engages us all to consider: what’s tough, what’s inherent, but most of all, what’s possible.”
Kathryn Hast, Otis Grows

“Otis Grows is a kid’s book that looks at adult problems. It playfully engages us all to consider: what’s tough, what’s inherent, but most of all, what’s possible.”
Kathryn Hast, Otis Grows

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Donna Kathryn, thank you for becoming a friend on Goodreads. I truly appreciate it.


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