How Many Arms Does An Octopus Have?
A collaboration with New York painter/illustrator and long time friend Callie Hirsch. This book has been kid-tested in Mrs. Shea's kindergarten class in Salisbury School District. This counting book is filled with images of playful underwater antics and contains twelve synonyms for "absolutely not, that's ridiculous." The words and pictures show how much fun two grown ups can have under the guise of entertaining children.
Praise for How Many Arms...
"You are the best ever reader." - Joey K.
"That's silly." - Adriana S.
Mom Agrees to a Pet
Based on a true story, a mom and her child face-off about whether to get a family pet. Kids who love all sorts of animals, and enjoy thinking about ways to make messes, will be especially fond of this book. Told in Seuss-ian verse, they debate the pros and cons of pet ownership with humor, cleverness and an extra lot of love.
Little Koala Finds His Way Home
Fans of Frog and Toad will love Little Koala, a book where young characters work together to find solutions to real kid problems. Little Koala lives with his family in the beautiful Eucalypt forest. One early morning, Little Koala gets caught in a monsoon and falls out of his tree. He is left alone to find his way home. He faces many challenges along the way, but thanks to the help of his new friend the butterfly, Little Koala learns to think like a butterfly, trust his instincts, and makes it home safe and sound.
A GUIDE TO HUNTING UNICORNS WITH your LITTLE SISTER
"It’s probably a good idea to go on this sort of expedition with your best friend. But if your best friend has to go to the mall with his mom and your second best friend has to visit his grandmother and your third best friend isn’t home, you might have to take your little sister" ... what's the worst that can happen?
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