Time for Susanna Leonard Hill's PPBF! But first, let's form a new political party, one run by children's picture book writers and illustrators. It will be the nicest, most generous political party ever. There will be sharing of snacks and toys and saying please and thank you. No hitting, biting, bullying, or other anti-social behavior. … Continue reading I Need My Own Country! – Perfect Picture Book Friday
It's time for Susanna Leonard Hill's Perfect Picture Book Friday! Ever get cranky on days that everyone else likes to celebrate? Looking for someone who's simpatico with your outlook? Well, A Crankenstein Valentine by Samantha Berger (illustrated by the fabulous Dan Santat), may be right up your alley. (Yes, I know we're nowhere near Valentine's … Continue reading A Crankenstein Valentine – Perfect Picture Book Friday
I combed through Susanna Leonard Hill's nonfiction picture books and couldn't believe "Worst of Friends" hadn't been reviewed! So here goes... "Thomas Jefferson and John Adams were the best of friends, even though they were completely different." They shared similar ideas about how the thirteen colonies should become a nation—until they stopped seeing eye to … Continue reading Worst of Friends – Perfect Picture Book Friday
My 10-yr-old son, the cat lover vs. Mike Allegra (HeyLookAWriterFellow), the rodent lover Mike posted the "naughty kitten" doodle he drew (reluctantly) for my son, and in return, Mike received a tribute to furry creatures with front teeth that never stop growing. My iPhone photo of a copy of the original turned the … Continue reading Celebrate Dueling Doodlers!