Children’s book author Kathy Sautter will visit Dog Ears Bookstore & Café from 12 to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21, to sign copies of her first book, Marmalade and Mittens Get a Marshmallow. The nonprofit community bookstore is located at 688 Abbott Road in Buffalo.
“Did you ever think of giving a marshmallow to a kitten,” asked the author. “No? Well, neither did we, but one day, while making a cup of hot chocolate, one slipped from the bag and onto the floor. From there, the adventures began! Based on actual events, Marmalade and Mittens Get a Marshmallow tells the tale of two frisky felines and the lengths they will go to catch this squishy, squashy, sweet little treat.”
A Williamsville native, Sautter is a seasoned public and media relations professional. While her day job certainly keeps her busy, she enjoys spending her downtime singing professionally (having won a Grammy with the Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus), traveling internationally, and spending time with friends and family. She decided to combine her love for cats and her creative talents to pen her first children’s book, Marmalade and Mittens Get a Marshmallow, after the real life antics of her two beloved cats, Waffles and Klondike. She and her husband, Nick, now share their home with these two lovable felines in Lancaster.
For more information on Dog Ears Bookstore, please visit dogearsbookstore.org or call 823-2665. You can also follow the bookstore on Facebook for frequent updates.