Turkey’s Eggcellent Easter
Turkey and his barnyard pals go undercover on a top-secret mission to try and sneak into the Easter egg hunt and snatch one of the eggstra-special prizes.
“Funny animal characters, inventive action, and lots of puns.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Readers will get a kick out of the extremes Turkey goes to in order to blend in with his surroundings—and how it actually pays off.” —Publishers Weekly
Turkey Trick or Treat
Everyone loves Halloween candy—even Turkey. As his pals look on, Turkey comes up with one clever costume after another in an attempt to “trick” the farmers into giving him some treats.
“… A great book for school or library story times and sure to be a family favorite…”- (Amazon reviewer- Sierra)
“Turkey Trick or Treat Is Definitely a TREAT!… This author/illustrator combo never disappoints…”- (Amazon reviewer tm628)
Turkey is on the menu again for Christmas dinner! He decides to ask Santa for a special Christmas wish… to not be eaten! But it will take all of his ideas—and clever disguises—to get in to see Santa at the North Pole on busy Christmas Eve.
YABC- One of the 10 Best Picture Books of 2012
“Goofy watercolor and pencil illustrations play up the humor of the giggle-inducing text, with Turkey working his wattles to great effect…”- Eva Mitnick, Los Angeles Public Library
Turkey is in trouble. Bad trouble. The kind of trouble where it’s almost Thanksgiving… and you’re the main course! But Turkey comes up with a hilarious plan to try and avoid being on the platter on the big day. Children’s Choice award winner- 2010
“Kids will eat up this clever and comical tale”- Booklist
“Stuffed with clever wordplay, groanable puns, and easy-to-ham-it-up animal sounds, this chuckle-inducing narrative makes a crowd-pleasing read-aloud…” –School Library Journal
What Does the Wind Say?
From ‘whish-a-whoo’ to ‘peek-a-boo’, this gentle, rhyming picture book poses playful questions about some of children’s favorite things, from nature to kisses and hugs.
“I never tire of reading the rhythmic cadence of this book”- Amazon reviewer- Robbi J. Heath
Just One More
Hector doesn’t know what he’s in for when he climbs aboard a bus high up in the Andes Mountains. The driver keeps letting on “just one more” passenger (with animals and all), and there’s NO MORE ROOM!
Children’s Choice Award Winner- 2003
” With its rhythmic, repetitive refrain, this book makes an ideal read-aloud.”- School Library Journal
Monkey has gathered a huge pile of tasty coconuts. Before he can enjoy them he must count them. He discovers counting in sets is the fastest way to complete the task. A math story perfect for teaching counting by sets.
“Not only can readers learn to count in sets, but they learn animal names, and learn English and Spanish numbers.” — Jennifer LB Leese
Hey Diddle Riddle
Join the fun in this nursery rhyme riddle-novelty book. Every riddle has a wonderfully silly answer hiding under the flap.
“This collection of silly rhymes is right on target. Buy a copy for your preschool through second grade child and watch her wear it out as she shares it with all of her friends.”- Linda Armstrong