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The Children's Book
"Jelly Bean's Art Museum Adventure"
By: Kathy Kelly & Debbie Feder



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  • Jelly Bean's Art Museum Adventure is the first children’s book by Kathy Kelly.
  • She has brought together her wonderful illustrations with her art history back ground.  This is the first of nine children’s books with little Jelly Bean going on different fun filled adventures.
  • The book is full color and for children ages 4 through 99 years old!
  • Why is the little black cat called Jelly Bean...because jelly beans have all the colors a kitty cat can be and they are so sweet like the little black cat.
  • In the message segment please write who to dedicate the book to.
  • This full color soft cover picture book features some of the classics by George Seurat, Grant Wood and Claude Monet and several living artist that you can follow after you have finished the book. So not only is this a full story it is also educational.
  • Cost per book: $20.00

About the Book

Jelly Bean is a black cat with a sense of adventure.  He lives with a girl named Lily.  One day, he is whisked away to an art museum when he follows a ball of yarn into Lily’s backpack.  What will he see in the museum?  Will Lily find out he came on the trip?  Will he ever catch up to that ball of yarn?  Follow Jelly Bean through this fun, educational adventure.

About the Authors

Debbie Feder is a librarian for children and young adults.  She loves introducing people to new stories and characters.  She lives in Chicago with her husband and dog, Ellie.

Kathy Kelly is an artist and art educator.  Kathy has been creating her “little black cat” drawings for over twenty years from inspiration of her two cats and countless stories told to her by those she has met.  She lives in Chicago with her two kitty cats, Morah and Mattie.



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