Praise for FatCat Books
“Creative illustrations, beautiful writing”
“This book will delight children (and adults)”
“Simple, delightful, and orthodox”
“I can’t wait to share it”
“A beloved resource”
What is FatCat?
How can anyone, no matter how young or old, grasp the message of the Bible? The church’s answer has always been the catechism.
Maybe “catechism” sounds like a scary word. But it shouldn’t! The catechism teaches us what the Bible teaches us: our faith. The church’s catechism is the central texts of faith—the Apostles’ Creed, the Ten Commandments, and the Lord’s Prayer.
The catechism is “fat.” It’s bursting at the seams with meaning, challenge, and comfort. It’s concise, but it’s also deep. Most importantly, it should be familiar.
FatCat is our way of making the catechism approachable. And so this book has an actual fat cat hidden throughout. Search for him with your child as you enjoy this book together, and hide the words of the catechism in your heart.
FatCat is our way of making the catechism approachable.
The Lord’s Prayer: For All God’s Children
In a fun and friendly way, The Lord’s Prayer: For All God’s Children encourages children to pray to our Father with reverence and boldness. With vibrantly illustrated scenes of Jesus’s life, a list of Scripture references, and a guided family prayer, this FatCat book helps God’s children understand, memorize, and pray the Lord’s Prayer.
The Lord’s Prayer Coloring Book
This coloring book gives children hours of fun as they learn the Lord’s Prayer and search for FatCat on every page. This coloring book features:
- Coloring pages for each line of the Lord’s Prayer
- Pages for a child to write their own prayer
- New illustrations of FatCat
- Scripture references for the Lord’s Prayer
is a freelance illustrator from Seattle, Washington. She and her husband, Lindsay, have four children and two grey kitties named Shiny and Tiny.
Harold L. Senkbeil
is a grandpa and pastor. He loves to write, and if you visit Waukesha, Wisconsin, you might see him and his grandkids driving around on his ’51 John Deere tractor, Johnnie B.