I've had the joy of writing and editing more than 50 books for children and young adults—a dream come true for me. Now, I work passionately to help other writers fulfill their dreams. As the Senior Editor for Dalmatian Press/Piggy Toes Press/Intervisual Books, I collaborated with writers, editorial directors and illustrators to produce Sesame Workshop books and Disney books, as well as original titles. I specialize in children's literature—from first draft to publication.
I edit, help to develop, and proofread "kidlit" manuscripts for writers. I also assist with proposals, query letters, and synopses, and provide public relations services after publication.
Wrote and edited children's books—including picture books, footnoted classics and board books—for Sesame Street, Disney, publishers of Strawberry Shortcake and Curious George coloring & activity books, and other companies. Researched, wrote and edited original titles for adults, such as the Martin Luther King, Jr., book, "Voices: Reflections on an American Icon in Words and Song." Helped launch Spirit Press and Sonrisas imprints. Had the CEO of Sesame Workshop name rhyming book "What Makes You Giggle?" as the standard for what a Sesame Street book should be.
The ABCs of Cookies
Large Thin Paperback. Sesame Street Educational Series. Written by Sarah Albee and P.J. Shaw with Color Illustrations by Tom Brannon. Zoe spends the day with her dad on "Take Your Little Monster To Work Day!" What exciting things does Zoe learn at her father's office?
S Is for School (Sesame Street)
Book by Shaw, P. J.
My First The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is a child-friendly version of a beloved classic. Little readers will enjoy the sparkly accents and fun, touch-and-feel images. Also available in this series: My First Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1581178557).
My First Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is a child-friendly version of a beloved classic. Little readers will enjoy the sparkly accents and fun, touch-and-feel images. Also available in this series: My First The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1581178565).
The Sesame Street characters teaching ABC's through poetry and showing letters and talking about the alphabet.
Warning: Now Entering Wolf Country!Welcome to the wild world of wolves. Here you ll encounter mysterious timber wolves, learn how to read a wolf s body language, and follow a pack through a typical year. Discover how desert wolves and Arctic wolves have adapted to extreme environments and uncover the ancestral links between wolves and modern day dogs. Inside these pages there s tons of importa... read more
Warning: Big Cats are on the prowl! They're in the bushes...crouching...watching... waiting. Thrive on daring adventures? Move ahead--with caution! A journey through cat country reveals this secretive predator's history and habits:* Which fearless cats hunt crocodiles? * Which cat can hang by their back feet alone?* Which cat can jump as high as a basket ball hoop?Big Cats has the latest facts... read more
Warning: Swim at Your Own Risk! You are now entering SHARK waters. . . With scalpel-sharp teeth, powerful jaws, and incredible speed, sharks are some of the world's most feared predators. Now, you can learn all about them in one super-cool, interactive book. Dive deep into the pages and find:*An amazing pop-up Great White*A pull-tab activated shark fin*Lots of fun lift-flaps*Tons of 'Shark Bit... read more
It's time for Elmo to go to the doctor or a check-up - see how he handles the trip
Large Thin Paperback. Sesame Street Educational Series. Written by P.J. Shaw with Color Illustrations by Tom Brannon.
paperback book with animals of south america
Dalmatian Press. Book Condition: New. pp. 24. Bookseller Inventory # 44802918
Elmo, Zoe, Big Bird, and Grover are excited about their very first sleep-out. But when they hear a noise in the trees and see a large shadow on the tent wall, the sleep-out starts to get a little spooky. In the end, all of the strange noises and shadows can be explained, and the friends say good night after a midnight snack of cookies and milk from Grover‚Äôs mom ‚Äî who is close by in the hou... read more
The adventures of a young deer growing up in a forest.
Little Box is afraid of the heaviness he feels inside. Big Box explains that this is his potential, and then explains how he can develop it, as they travel together through the Potential Delivery Center. Using the metaphor of shipping boxes, Big Box shows Little Box all about labels, and how they can be used. If the wrong label is applied, potential can be diminished, so Little Box needs to re... read more
A grateful heart makes a happy heart. From the author of Is My Cup Empty? comes another positive message for children and children at heart. In Open Your Heart to Happiness, Lil' Sherri, with some help from her friends, shares a message about gratitude. Lil' Sherri shows that by opening one's heart to what is good and positive, one's life can be full of joy.
Written in verse and perfect for early readers, Tim and Sally's Year in Poems highlights the order and rhythm of a year, focusing on a sense of place and the importance of tradition. Author Grady Thrasher showcases the details and events - from robins, bunnies, and daydreams to beginnings, endings, and holidays - that mark the passage of time and help give us our sense of who we are. This is a... read more
Join Tim and Sally as they embark on a learning adventure about the joys of vegetable gardening. Written in verse and perfect for early readers, Tim and Sally's Vegetable Garden teaches the mechanics of planning and sowing a garden, seen through the eyes of children experiencing it for the first time. With their dog, Flip, by their side, the whole family plans, plants, and tends their garden, ... read more
Abby Cadabby's Rhyme Time (Sesame Street (Dalmatian Press))
What Makes You Giggle?
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Thoughtful copy editor and meticulous proofreader with a love of contemporary fiction, women's fiction and narrative non-fiction.
Intuitive, expert editor with 30 yrs experience teaching fiction writing at a major university. Well-published, knowledgeable, honest, kind.