Released in July of 2013, A Very Witchy Spelling Bee is written by George Shannon and Illustrated by Marko Fearingo. Read it, buy it. See the movie.
How Martha Saved her Parents from Green Beans
My early review: “Fantastic! I’ve never read or seen a better book about green beans.”
Earthling! Chronicle Books. July 2012
Earthling is named the winner in the Spirit of Oregon Book awards for graphic novel!
Earthling! is a graphic novel I wrote and drew. It’s 250 pages of Sci-fi, all ages, funky-alien fun.
It took a few years but the book is done, and will be released from Chronicle Books in July of 2012. You can read the first two chapters on the Chronicle Books Website! Just click here.
“By the time Fearing brings “Earthling!” in for its landing, with a bit of L. Frank Baum flourish, the entertainment experience feels remarkably complete: good art, good design, good inking, tight story. “
David Kamp- The New York Times
“A high-octane space adventure starring a lovable hero kids will quickly relate to. Earthling! is the perfect book for young readers!”
—Jarrett J. Krosoczka, creator of the bestselling Lunch Lady series
The Book That Eats People
Tricycle Press/Random House
From an Amazon Review: “What a great book! My daughter had me read
it to her so many times she has it memorized.”
The Three Little Aliens and the Big Bad Robot
Schwartz and Wade Books/ Random House
Will be released Sept. 27th, 2011.
Review excerpt from Amazon: “Young Readers and space enthusiasts…will enjoy this fun romp through our solar system. The text is quite clever and the illustrations are a riot.”
So You Want To Catch Bigfoot
A tie in book to the Judy Moody universe. Related to the feature film released in 2011.
A comic book published by OPP in 2004. It was a small press release and is hard to find.
Review excerpt from Ain’t It Cool News; “Fans of Sergio Aragones’ Groo the Wanderer will be pleased with this one…
I found myself laughing out loud at the cavemen who talk as if they were living in modern times.”
Good Dog Publishing
Where’s There’s Smoke, There’s Marshmellows.
iPad ‘read along’ comic.
Featuring music and sound effects. The character voices
were done by Tom Kenny. (The voice of Spongebob!)
Review from the iTunes store: “Simple but elegant interface with lovely characters.”