* "Though high on the adorable factor, this is also a powerful, stirring example of the devastating impact of climate change." —School Library Journal, starred review
* Pulled in by simple yet adorable illustrations . . . this tender tale packs an all too timely environmental message." —School Library Journal, starred review, on Star the Elephant
"A heartening and pensive story, told through irresistibly charming art, Star the Elephant is an utter delight." —John Patrick Green, New York Times-bestselling creator of InvestiGators, on Star the Elephant
"Gorgeously drawn and bursting with charm, adventure, and tenderness. . . Star the Elephant is a pure delight for young readers." —Jonathan Stutzman, author of Llama Destroys the World, on Star the Elephant
Praise for Pawcasso
"It's tail-wagging entertaining!" —Kelly Yang, New York Times bestselling author
"A beautifully drawn and delightful story bursting with art, books, and fun!" —Maria Scrivan, New York Times bestselling author
Fly on the Wall
A Best Book of the Year for Kirkus, Booklist, Chicago Public Library, and School Library Journal!
“Funny, enthralling, and a great reminder that being a little odd isn’t a bad thing.” —Kayla Miller, author of Click and Camp
"Bright, funny storytelling . . . in this sharp, sweet story there is much to connect with." —The New York Times Book Review
* "Near-misses and laugh-out-loud moments abound, which will endear it to readers who like 'Big Nate' and 'Wimpy Kid.'" —School Library Journal, starred review
* "A smile-inducing crowd-pleaser." —Booklist, starred review
Pie in the Sky
Winner of the Sid Fleischman Award for Humor!
Named a Best Book of the Year by Parents Magazine, NPR, New York Public Library, Chicago Public Library, BookRiot, Horn Book, and Kirkus! An Indie Next pick!
"Heartwarming and rib-tickling." —Terri Libenson, bestselling author of Invisible Emmie
* "Perfect for fans of Gene Luen Yang and Victoria Jamieson." —Shelf Awareness, starred review
* "The perfect mixture of funny and emotionally resonant." —School Library Journal, starred review
"[A] stunning debut." —NPR