Combining an empowering story with engaging play, kids will learn to always be themselves! One day, Bee-Bee is self-conscious about his honey powers – he thinks they’re nothing compared to all the cool things his siblings can do. But when Kitlandia falls under attack, Bee-Bee’s honey-sticking powers are exactly what the Ninja Kitties need to save the town! An uplifting picture book for kids that teaches them the valuable lesson of being yourself, children will also learn why comparison is the thief of joy. Also included are exciting activity pages for kids to further their understanding of the story, from crossword puzzles and word searches to mazes, trivia, and seek and find games, plus tons of bonus stickers!
Award-winning professional artist Kayomi Harai worked as a commercial art illustrator and animal portrait artist in her native Japan before moving to California. Known for her watercolor paintings of bright-eyed cats in precarious situations, her lifelike artistry has captivated collectors for years. Her works have been exhibited around the world, and are licensed in collectible plates, figurines, puzzles, t-shirts, prints, posters, and greeting cards.
Rob Hudnut is an award-winning writer and storyteller in children’s entertainment, and the owner and founder of Rod Hudnut Productions where he specializes in creating play- and faith-based franchises for kids. Some of their global clients include NBCUniversal, Alpha Toys, ICON Creative Studio, Kavaleer Productions, and more. Prior to starting his own production company, Rob was the Executive Producer and Vice President of Mattel’s entertainment division for 19 years, where his work included award-winning entertainment for Barbie, Hot Wheels, Fisher-Price Little People, Rescue Heroes, DC Superhero Girls, Masters of the Universe, and other Mattel brands. An Emmy-nominated songwriter, Rob also co-wrote the first-ever Barbie movie, “Barbie in The Nutcracker,” and more than 50 songs for the Barbie movies, as well as songs for Hot Wheels and Fisher-Price.