Cover for Emory Law about same sex marriage.
A book jacket for Fiddler on the Roof, published by Crown. Big Thanks to Chris Brand for the gig!
One for the New York Times Letters section; reactions to essay by Nicholas Kristof about ending poverty through early education:
I’m excited to announce the release of my latest book with author Mary Lyn ray ( author of STARS).
"Repeated, pleasingly surreal lines of verse convey the sense of drifting into slumber…a keeper." —Publishers Weekly, starred review
In Go To Sleep, Little Farm, an owl who-hoots. A bear curls up in a log. A mother fox calls her pups home to their den. Nighttime blankets a little farm. But animals aren’t the only ones falling asleep.
Here’s a peek at the inside:
To celebrate the release of this book, we’ve started a contest to see who has the cutest, snuggliest, and most sleepy pet:
At Go To Sleep, Little Pets, you can submit your favorite sleepy pet photo and enter a chance to win a free copy of Go To Sleep Little Farm.
"Lloyd Christmas", sunbathing in clinton hill, by Thomas, Brooklyn, NY
Go To Sleep, Little Farm is available in stores and on-line.
Happy Book Birthday, Go To Sleep, Little Farm… zzzzzzzz.
Just put the finishing touches on our first follow up to Over and Under the Snow, out this Spring.
UP IN THE GARDEN AND DOWN IN THE DIRT explores the magical, growing world of a garden, from the point of view of a child and grandmother toiling in the garden, as the earthworms, beetles, and ants do their own work, down in the dirt.
Read more about it from author Kate Messner
One for this weekends Wall Street Journal: Scientists ask, “Do we really know what we see?”
One for Martha Stewart Living about how menstruation cycles change as you age.
The Ol’ Corporate Ladder for Real Simple Magazine
Book Worm for Real Simple Magazine
Cover for Emory Law about child justice and international law.