1, 2, 3 Thanksgiving (Albert Whitman, 1991). Illustr. Robin Kramer. A unique counting book that celebrates this all-American holiday with a multi-generational family.
America: Book of Opposites (Lee & Low, 2001). Illustr. Multiple Artists. This tiny but beautifully illustrated board book presents America as a land of opposites; not in its extremes, just as an intriguing land of differences.
Nominee for Best Illustrations of the Year,
Society of Illustrators
Can You Top That? (Lee & Low, 2000). Illustr. Hector Viveros Lee. Things get out of hand on a playground when friends start to brag about their "pets." A terrific pattern book to get your own kids to draw and write and tell stories.
No Babies Asleep (Atheneum, 1996). Illustr. Peter Palagonia. In this count-down book for the very young, a mother loses track of her babies--and finds them playing at the carnival with all the animals.
One Hole in the Road(Henry Holt, 1996). Illustr. Dan Yaccarino. This counting book, endorsed by Bill Martin, Jr., explores what happens when a water main breaks and causes extreme havoc in a city.
New York Times Book Review
Setting the Turkeys Free (Jump at the Sun/Hyperion, 2004). Illustr. Ken Wilson-Max. Get ready to help this child protect his "turkey hands" from the voracious Foxy the Fox. A great activity book for the very young.
School Library Journal Book Review
Wheels Go Round (Holiday House, 1994). Illustr. Jane Conteh-Morgan. A rollicking and rhyming romp through the land of wheeled vehicles. A very musical and entertaining text.