Category Archives: picture books

Old art…again

This is an old painting that’s no longer in my portfolio. But it was an important piece for me because it’s from a time when I started to really think about color. Color was not a natural for me. And … Continue reading

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Do you dilly and dally?

With Dilly Dally Daisy almost here…wait. You might ask “What is Dilly Dally Daisy?” It’s a new picture book I wrote and illustrated that will be released shortly.  Anyway, I’ve been asked what exactly do I think dilly-dallying is? I have my … Continue reading

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Tommy can’t stop!

  I’m traveling but happy first book birthday Tommy Can’t Stop! This is a sketch done in Sketch Clud on the iPad with an Jot Touch pen.

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Tommy Can’t Stop! Well not yet anyway.

Another day, another reminded that Tommy Can’t Stop will be out soon. The picture book written by Tim Federle and illustrated by Mark Fearing (I know him!) will be on book shelves and library shelves in a few short days. … Continue reading

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Tommy Can’t Wait!

Only a week or so left before Tommy Can’t Stop hits book stores and libraries! Find a copy at a local bookseller (using Indie Bound can help!) or you can order it at Barnes & Noble or Amazon. What’s the book about? … Continue reading

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Me, me, me…me. An interview with me at Sub It Club!

Yeah, it’s one of those posts – all about me. Anyway, The folks at Sub It Club (a fine blog to follow if you are into publishing or writing or need help getting through those rejection letters and emails we all … Continue reading

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Back in the misty, swampy, dust bin of history…

I often get asked how I got into this field of work but the more interesting question is how I did not get into this field of work. Here is how it DIDN’T all start. Let’s get into the Way Back Time Machine and … Continue reading

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