Review excerpts

  • Baking Day At Grandma's

    From School Library Journal, "This gentle story will leave children feeling warm and fuzzy."
  • Sleepytime Me

    From The Styling Librarian, “Perfect rhythm for a bedtime story, wish I had when my son was a baby, would have loved to read it when there were those tough, need a peaceful, beautiful book to read my child to sleep nights.”
  • Following Grandfather

    From School Library Journal, "A heartwarming tale of love and loss, privilege and class, set in bustling Boston...Beautifully written text and endearing gray-scale illustrations transport readers and add to the poignancy of the tale."
  • If I Could

    From Publishers Weekly, "Possess[es] such emotional vividness."
  • Bella and Stella Come Home

    From Kirkus Reviews, "Text and illustrations are interdependent and seamless, a splendid marriage of words and pictures. Cozy and comfortable."
  • Pigs Love Potatoes

    From Booklist, "From the piglet who adorns his father's head with potato-peel curls to the older siblings who arrive decked out for fishing, painting, and soccer, there's plenty for children to enjoy in the illustrations while they listen to the rhythmic text roll along. A natural for reading aloud."
  • Oliver Finds His Way

    From School Library Journal (starred review), "The happy ending is totally satisfying and will leave readers smiling."
  • The Fool of The World and The Flying Ship

    From Publishers Weekly, "....a stunning picture book debut."