About the Book
Is it possible to measure a mother’s love? The answer is again implied in the new children’s poem “MEOWrvelous Show” by Katya Romanoff. The central characters are five beautiful mom-cats who are each talented and unique in her own way. When they learn that their kittens' school is falling apart, they decide to raise money to build a new school by performing in their original cat show on stage. However, they encounter problems from the two local hooligan cats, Super-Totik and Marcus the Ripped Ear. These two cats hold grudges against the mom-cats and try hard first to prevent the show from happening, but when they fail, still try to spoil it. The whole animal community gets behind the mom-cats in their effort to build a new school for kittens.
About the Author
Katya Romanoff writes poetry in Russian. She is a member of the Russian Union of Writers. Her poems are being published on the website www.stihi.ru - the largest Russian literary on-line portal - and in different literary almanacs in Russia. Katya also writes poetry for children. She published two children's books, "Meeting of the Seasons" (2012) and "A Dozen Deepest Wishes" (2013). She works with children teaching English as a Second Language in grades K-8 in public schools in New Haven, CT. Along with raising her two young daughters, Katya enjoys ballroom dancing and gardening. She lives with her family in North Haven, CT.