Illustrator for picture book Dood and the First Day of School by Brittany Gilmore
Illustrator for picture book Sloane in the City by Jade Ogunnaike
Illustrator for picture book Hazel Searches For Quiet by Rosie A. Bailey
Illustrator for picture book This Is Me by Larry S. Glover
Illustrator for picture book Dear God, Teach Me Your Ways by Larry S. Glover
Illustrator for picture book Chasing Chase by Sherryce St. Amant
Illustrator for picture book Peter the Hamster That Lives in My Cupboard by Bruce Jassett
Illustrator for picture book We Walk By Faith by Larry S. Glover
Illustrator for picture book I CAN and I WILL by Larry S. Glover
Illustrator for picture book I Don't Like That! by Julie Balassa
Illustrator for picture book God Is Love by Larry S. Glover
Illustrator for picture book Julianne and the Shaggy Dog by James Fogarty.
Illustrator for picture book A Place Where We Can Go by Larry S. Glover
Illustrator for picture book Angels All Around Us by Larry S. Glover
Illustrator for picture book Festival of the Elves by Angeli Elliott
Illustrator for picture book The Day Bob Saw Jesus by Lindi Juarez.
Illustrator for picture book Critter Countdown written by Bobby Lopez and Damian Sutter
Illustrator for picture book My Dragon by Monique Nelsen.
Illustrator for picture book Will Santa Come Tonight by Joan Dinan.
Illustrator for picture book Lou Lou by Safia Guerras.
Illustrator for picture book I'm So Not Wearing A Dress! written by Julie Merberg.
Illustrator for picture book I Can Speak Bully written by Kevin Morrison.
Illustrator for picture book Polka-dot Saves Kindergarten by Catherine Urdahl.
Illustrator for two picture books, The Moon and the Night Sweeper (written by Mai S. Kemble) and Taylor's Birthday Party (written by Hana Khan).
Few people know that, if you wake in the middle of the night--between a "tick" and "tock" on the clock--the Moon will invite you on a magical adventure. You'll be whisked upward, through the night sky, and you will find a fellow they call the "Night Sweeper." It's the Night Sweeper's job to sweep away all the stardust that falls from the heavens and to make sure all the roofs are clean by sunrise.
A tool for parents to use in bringing their children on the journey of understanding bullies and how to help them find the friendship and acceptance they are truly looking for.
It's Polka-dot's first day of kindergarten and armed with her trusty fix-it kit, she can handle anything—just like her Grandpa. When she gets to school, though, everything goes wrong. Her name-tag has her baby name on it and she makes a mess when she tries to paint! Duct tape, runny soap, and dotted bandages just aren't enough to fix her kindergarten catastrophes. And, when it comes to dealing... read more
Baker and Taylor are two young cats who are the best of friends. When Taylor's birthday approaches, Baker decides to throw his pal a special surprise birthday party. Being a cat, however, makes many birthday tasks quite difficult. When Taylor finally arrives, Baker must explain that the party he planned has been a disaster. Baker learns, however, that -- no matter what went wrong -- it was the... read more
-Enjoy a delightful new Christmas family tradition! -Bring your family together to read this lovely storybook and sprinkle Enchanted Reindeer Treats outside your home on Christmas Eve -Children and adults alike will love the endearing story of 'Will Santa Come Tonight?' by Joan Dinan -Includes a golden satchel full of Enchanted Reindeer Treats that your children can sprinkle outside to guide S... read more
A fun (inexpensive!) picture book for the un-fancy Nancy’s.Shelby likes to play sports in her favorite red sneakers. She likes to dig for worms with her best friend, Nate. She does not want to have tea parties with her next door neighbor, Sophie. And when she is asked to be a flower girl in her aunt’s wedding, she knows one thing for sure: SHE IS SO NOT WEARING A DRESS! A spunky heroine, adora... read more
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