…then you should get a hold of if you want to see a whale by my pal Julie Fogliano and her collaborator Erin Stead. I just bought two copies at Greenlight Books where Julie was signing with Erin and Phillip Stead. There are lots of whales in it, along with some roses, a bird, a [...]
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It’s a perfect day for this book…at least where I am. I know there are lots of books that celebrate snow, but for some reason this one really captures the feeling for me better than any other. ”‘No Snow’ said Radio. ‘It’ll melt’ said woman with umbrella. ” Despite all the dire predictions to the [...]
I have two new editorial deals for SCBWI members looking to shine up their projects. 1. Send me your 40,000-70,000 word novel and I will read it, edit it and take a look at your revision for $1800. 2. Picture Book writers, there’s something for you, too! I will help you complete your full picture [...]
While I wasn’t looking, 10 years passed…. Ten years, and it’s still in print. I’m very pleased. Now, on to the next one! Check it out on IndieBound or Amazon.
…is featured on Brainpickings today. I thought it was a good subject for a brief post today because (1) I love this book and (2) coincidentally I just came across my Treehorn Trilogy yesterday. While the text is quoted on Brainpickings, there’s just enough to get a sense of the delightfully outlandish premise. But Florence [...]