96-Year-Old Author Katharine Stanley-Brown Abbott Publishes Third Book in the Lovable Woodchuck Seri

(1888PressRelease) Where’s Henrietta, the third installment in a well-regarded series of books, is a story that shows children the importance of being resilient and courageous in the face of challenges.
MANCHESTER, Mass. – Author Katharine Stanley-Brown Abbott announces the release of her latest book, Where’s Henrietta.

Two bunnies stood in front of a patch of dirt that used to be a thriving vegetable garden. It was a sunny morning in late May.

“Where’s Henrietta?” exclaimed a gray bunny.

So begins this charming story of Henrietta’s disappearance and her worried friends’ search for her.

With heart-felt language and charming illustrations, readers will empathize with the challenges facing Henrietta’s friends. Will they find Henrietta? A surprise ending holds the answer.

“My hope in writing this third book is to create an adventure story that shows children the power of teamwork and friendship,” Abbott said.

Abbott’s array of interests and talents breathe life into the imaginary world of her characters in this new work. Her personal range of interests are eclectic, including needlepoint, knitting, cooking, travel, tennis and volunteerism. She is also an accomplished artist, with her artwork appearing in juried shows, art festivals and open studios.

Artist Lisa Brennan illustrated Where’s Henrietta with remarkable and sensitive depictions that will capture the imagination of children. Brennan, who has been creating art since she was a child, is a professional illustrator, songwriter and poet, and in her spare time enjoys rescuing animals in need, particularly cats. During her career, she has worked in an elementary school library and still enjoys working with children.

“A child’s imagination is a true gift,” Brennan said when explaining her approach to the book’s artwork. “I wanted to create illustrations for Katharine’s book that really speak to her story and bring even deeper meaning to the work.”