Phyllis Harris has illustrated many books for children, including Kate's Surprise. She lives with her family in Kansas City, Missouri.
Great way to teach the understanding of a young child in a family that shares both holidays.
The illustrations are very nice and the story very fitting for those children who must come to understand the dual elebration of these occasions.
It will be a good book to help your children understand another tradition or maybe their own mixed traditions.
I purchsed this book for my brother's son, this is good for children who come from a mixed religious backgroundPublished 1 month ago by 2
Our son loves this book. It has lovely illustrations to accompany what is a great story for children, especially those who celebrate two holidays when most people celebrate only... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Really like the story and the pictures. It's very appropriate for my family. My daughter grew up celebrating two holidays and now she has a daughter of her own. Very nice!Published 7 months ago by Gerri DiBartolo
Great way to teach the understanding of a young child in a family that shares both holidays. This was well put to my granddaughter who also has both holidays. Read morePublished 9 months ago by claire dibelius
This story was important because I have a child in my classroom in the same situation. He doesn't feel bad celebrating two holidays but this story was actually helpful for the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Rosalind Sandler
I thought it was overpriced for what I received. I thought the idea was clever but again not worth the price for such few pagesPublished 10 months ago by Bob Schiffer
I bought this book as a gag gift for my 25 year old boyfriend. We have been together for six years and we always talk about how he feels like the kid who celebrates two holidays. Read morePublished 10 months ago by xo_ibc
This item was purchased as a gift for a four old. Gift giver did not read. No feedback to date.Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
Not sure why the author chose to for the child be ashamed for celebrating both holidays?? Great concept for the book, but I skip those pages when reading to my 4 yr old..Published 20 months ago by Jp