Birdie has a new pet—that no one else can see! Birdie Mae Hayes is getting a handle on her new gift: her ability to sense and see things before they happen. Then, one morning, a fluffy white cat appears at her window, making himself at home. Cute! She names him Henry. Only . . . no one else can see this cat. Just Birdie. Here we go again! Even Grandma Mae doesn't know why Henry the cat is there. But he keeps showing up, and he seems to know things that even Birdie's gift doesn’t show her. Is he there to help Birdie—or is there something he needs from her? Birdie is ready to find out on an adventure all over town!
Jeri Anne Agee grew up in Huntsville, Alabama, and graduated from the University of Alabama with a bachelor’ s degree in communications. An avid reader and a mother of three, Jeri Anne retired early from the financial industry and, at the age of forty-four, began writing her first children’ s book. Her quest to combine her own stories of growing up in the South with a character who is strong, lovable, loyal, and funny resulted in Birdie Mae Hayes. Jeri Anne currently resides in Franklin, Tennessee, with her husband, three children, and three rescue dogs.
Bryan Langdo spent his childhood drawing dragons and ninjas on whatever was around -- sketchbooks, math tests, desks. He studied under author/illustrator Robert J. Blake, and then at the Art Students’ League of NY, where he focused on life drawing and portrait painting. After that he earned a BA in English from Rutgers College. Bryan is the illustrator of over thirty books. His picture book Tornado Slim and the Magic Cowboy Hat won a 2012 Spur Award for Storytelling from Western Writers of America. In addition to his work as an illustrator and writer, Bryan works as an editor for an ESL website and app. Bryan lives in Hopewell, NJ, with his wife and two children. When not working, he likes to be in the woods.