According to a press release, the mother of three is raising her own children to model kindness and empathy, lessons she learned from her mother and her father, who is a Holocaust survivor.
There’s a Fly in My Soup tells the story of a hungry fly who eats and plays on a little girl’s food without permission. The short, rhyming story teaches tolerance, manners and respect. One Ten and Over Again advances the learning process for children though imagery and repetition.
The Book Fair will be held at the Jewish Community Center, 6600 W. Maple in West Bloomfield. For information, visit bookfair.jccdet.org. Learn more about Katz and purchase her books at KarinJillKatz.com.