Grace and Katie

USD $17.99

Grace and Katie are twins who love to draw. Grace loves everything to be organised and neat, while Katie loves everything to be bright, bold and messy. When they want to draw a map of their home and street, the girls can’t agree on how it should be done so they each decide to create their own map. But that doesn’t work out quite as well as they’d planned.

Perhaps working together might be more fun after all! An imaginative exploration of individuality, sisterhood, creativity and appreciating each other’s strengths.

SPECIFICATIONS: Hardcover | 245 x 255 mm | Colour | 32 Pages |

Bookseller + Publisher
“Susanne Merritt’s Grace and Katie (illus by Liz Anelli, EK Books, November) is aimed at a slightly older group and sees twins learning to appreciate each other’s skills.” – Featured in Book Bites, Click here to view.

The Reader, Booksellers Blog
“Great picture books have either a wonderful story and illustrations, or a profound message. The very best picture books manage to do both and Grace and Katie falls easily into this category.”

“As a teacher, I see this as a great resource for starting discussions from pre-school level up. It is also a really lovely book to read and enjoy for the satisfying story, the wonderful pictures and the happy ending.”


In The Good Books Blog
“This is a great book that encourages children to express their individual creativity.” –  Click here to view.


Jnr Book Worms Book Review
“A wonderful story that encourages children to express their creativity in their own unique way.” – Click here to view.


The Weekly Times
“… encourages kids to express their creativity and realise that there is no right or wrong way to be an artist.” – Click here to view.


Country Home Ideas Magazine
“Follow twins Grace and Katie on an imaginative story about art, creativity, sisterhood and individuality and appreciating each other’s strengths. Ages 4-8.” – Click here to view.


The Bottom Shelf
“Stories about twins are not common so this is a great addition to the collection so that not only can the children read about themselves in a book but also send a message to the world that they are individuals first but lucky enough to share the special bond that twins have and which both girls discover.” –
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