SCBWI Golden Kite Finalist (Nonfiction Text for Younger Readers)
Step outside. Let’s find designs—
branching, cracking, spirals, lines.
Search the earth, the seas, the air.
Patterns, patterns everywhere.
Look around and discover patterns in the natural world—from leaf veins to snowflakes to sand dunes. Rhyming verse is accompanied by stunning photographs, and brief sidebars explain how these different patterns form.
“With content that will appeal to a wide range of readers, this beautiful book about patterns is excellent choice for elementary libraries.”
—School Library Journal (STARRED REVIEW)
“Intriguing encouragement to consider the intersection of mathematics and nature.”
My Love for You
Little Simon/Simon & Schuster
Amazon Editors’ Pick (Best Books Baby-Age 2)
A sandcastle falls with a wave, a seagull swoops down for a precious snack, a looming thunderstorm means beach time is over, and summer draws to a close. This lyrical board book reassures a child that although most things change or come to an end, a parent’s love endures.
“A beautiful, lyrical story written in flowing verse . . . This story is sure to leave you with warm fuzzies.”
—Diana Murray, author of the bestselling Unicorn Day series
“This sweet, soothing new board book is a reassuring reminder to children that, although things can change or not turn out as expected, a parent’s love lasts forever. Highly recommended for ages 0 to 3.”
—A Mighty Girl (Pick of the Day, June 2023)
Tell Me About Space
Little Simon/Simon & Schuster
“Outstanding Science Trade Book” awarded by the National Science Teaching Association and Children’s Book Council
Perfect for curious little minds, this nonfiction board book teaches young readers all about outer space through question-and-answer text!
Why don’t we float into space? How many moons are there? A child asks about outer space, and their grownup answers in rhyming, factual text. Little ones will love learning that the earth is constantly spinning, that Saturn isn’t the only planet with rings, and that most planets have their own moons!
(Followed by Tell Me About Oceans, Spring 2024)
“Beautiful and rhythmic, this book masterfully combines perfect rhyme and gorgeous illustration with amazing NF facts about space! Great for kids (but I, a fully grown adult, definitely learned a thing or two, too)! Out of this world!!!”
—Suzy Levinson, children’s poet and author of the critically acclaimed Animals in Pants
Tell Me About Oceans
Coming April 16, 2024 from Little Simon/Simon & Schuster
A child gets answers to their many questions about the ocean in this rhyming, fact-filled nonfiction board book perfect for curious minds.
Tell me why the ocean moves
in waves that splish and splash.
Wind on water makes those waves
that hit the shore and crash!
A child asks their grownup many questions about the ocean. From what creates waves, what lives in the deep sea, what makes the ocean blue, and more, scientific facts are conveyed in accessible language. Sidebars on each spread provide even more information for every question asked and answered.