I am a children's book author and illustrator. I have written 10 books and illustrated more than 85 books for a variety of publishers, including Scholastic, Random House, Penguin, Grosset & Dunlap, HarperCollins and Simon & Schuster. I also have extensive experience creating illustrations for the educational and religious markets in black line, grayscale and full color. I am comfortable gearing my art for any age group or grade level.
Specialties: I create my illustrations in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.
Created art for kids cards, ornaments, books and puzzles.
The classic Christmas poem-now available in a board book edition for the youngest child.
Kids love that they can draw all over these books, and parents love that they can wipe away the scribbles! Highlights knows the best way to get kids to practice writing is to make it fun, and Highlights™ My First ABC does just that! Features thick board-book pages and comes with a marker and a place to store it. In between tracing upper- and lower-case letters, kids can write their way through... read more
The kids in Ms. Brandt's class create a special report on the United States of America, with each child doing research on ten states. There's a double-spread map of the whole U.S. and a page for every state jam-packed with trivia, interesting facts, handwritten captions, and jokes. At the end of the book is a map showing how the United States grew over time, a spread on the presidents and what... read more
Children will laugh out loud as they watch the young simian stars of this book swing through one very busy day. From cheering one another on at baseball games, to dancing the conga at a lively party, these monkeys know how to have a great time-all in rhyme!
Each winter, after spinning one-of-a-kind snowflakes in their crystal palace, the snowflake fairies sprinkle them on the earth below and add the special glittery touches that make wintertime so beautiful and special. Two pages of reusable stickers that glitter can be used to decorate this book, a notebook, or anything else.
Jess and Jaylen want to enter a skateboard contest, but Jess falls and hurts her wrist when she skateboards without the right safety gear.
Welcome to the Pet Rescue Club! In this heartwarming series, a group of likeable fourthgraders tackle serious issues of animal welfare in a caring and age-appropriate way, always with a sense of humor and a happy ending! This volume contains three stories - "A Home for Truman", "No Time for Hallie", and "The Lonely Pony". When Janey starts a blog where people can share cute pet photos and stor... read more
What Will I Do If I Can't Tie My Shoe?
This enjoyable, interactive book and flip-card set provides all the materials necessary for hours of Bible fun and learning. In this great interactive book, children learn Bible stories by flipping character cards. After reading a story, children flip through the attached card set to find pictures from the story that match. Young children can help too as they match the colored borders from the... read more
Oops! A young girl tracks dirt inside, spills paint on the floor, then her dog runs out the door! She made a mistake, but dad does not yell. No one is perfect, he tells her, and mistakes can be fixed. They clean up the dirt, wipe up the paint, and bring back the pup. Then we see Dad make a mistake too! Includes a note to parents with tips on how to encourage reading and on how to help your chi... read more
A child goes for a ride with a dragon in a wagon and they continue traveling by a great variety of transportation modes and greet a great variety of creatures along the way.
Meet Stella. She has lots of opinions. Like, the best food is ice cream and kids should be allowed to bring toys to school and Ms. Merkley is the nicest teacher in the whole world. So, when Ms. M. tells the class they get to write an opinion, Stella gets excited. But how will she choose what to write about? Go with Stella on her writing journey and see how one kid s opinion can change a school... read more
When a young girl gets a duck key chain from her grandmother, good things start to happen: she draws a perfect heart in art, her monther gives her a treat to eat, and she gets the best part in the school play. The day of the performance her duck is missing, she worries that she will not be able to go on without it. Her teacher reminds her she will be fine, she knows all her lines. The play is ... read more
Adapting the classic children's song of the same name, a rolling board book features bright illustrations of endearing animals who ride from the country to the city.
To succeed in math today, students need to make sense of unfamiliar problems and communicate their thinking as they work toward solutions. Welcome to Ms. Green's math class, where students are learning to persevere to solve new math problems. Even the most reluctant young mathematicians will want to follow Ms. Green's students as they work together to solve the fun and challenging problems in ... read more
A young girl tries to convince a grumpy cat to try on a variety of hats, as well as shoes and other apparel, in a timeless tale first published twenty years ago and presented here in a new format with new illustrations. Original.
Based on the classic song, children will love to learn to sing-along with this original recording of Old MacDonald Had a Farm. This wonderful book and CD will help children learn the names of animals and the sounds they make, as well as pre-reading and word recognition skills and features a built-in handle and convenient CD storage compartment. The CD sings the story word-for-word so children ... read more
A young boy finds all sorts of uses for his new potty until he is ready to use it to pee.
Oh, no. Gloomificent the grumpy witch has taken away all the color from Halloween. That means no orange pumpkins to glow brightly and no ripe red apples for dunking. And just look at the trick-or-treaters: their costumes are so drab and dull. Can you help happy Arabella undo the spells? With her magic wand, your magic tabs, and a little hocus-pocus, Halloween will certainly become vibrant once... read more
"I Love Preschool" (I Love series) helps toddlers cope with entering preschool. Preschool explains to toddlers what they can expect at their preschool, such as routines and activities, and new friends. Like all of Joy Berry's books, "Preschool" speaks directly to the child while it acts as a problem-solving resource for parents and caregivers. The book's full-color illustrations on 20 pages of... read more
"An easy to read fairy tale about Pinocchio; a puppet that becomes a real boy. Spanish/English edition includes reading activities and a word list"--
Little ones will delight in discovering the touchy, feely, squeaky animal face on the cover of each Touch and Squeak book. In Puppy Dog's Special Friends, there's something special about each of Puppy Dog's friends, and Puppy Dog knows what it is. Children will delight in touching Katie Kitten's scratchy tongue, Lizzy Lizard's bumpy, lumpy skin, and Bertie Bunny's fuzzy ears. For added fun, ki... read more
In this enchanting storybook, tooth fairies dress up in their dazzling best and travel to earth, where they visit animals and children who have lost their baby teeth. Two pages of reusable stickers that glitter can be used to decorate this book, a notebook, or anything else!
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Illustrator with a whimsical and dynamic style paired with idyllic settings. Cover design, book formatting + picture books. Lover of texture
Dali Wu is a visual artist, illustrator, art educator, picture book writer, animation and video maker, sound artist based in Montreal.