THE BEST FRIENDS CLUB

Illustrated by Martha Weston A Lizzie and Harold Story, Lothrop Lee and Shepard, Spring, 1989 Lizzie must learn how to share her new best friend with others. “The story is well plotted and… makes a nice point about possessiveness.” – Booklist

LIZZIE AND HAROLD

Illustrated by Martha Weston Lothrop, Lee and Shepard, 1986 Weekly Reader Book Club Edition, 1986 Lizzie wants a best friend, but Harold won’t do because he’s a boy. “A beautifully handled story … an ideal book for story hours and picture book collections.” – School Library Journal

I’M THE BOSS

Illustrated by Mary Morgan, Holiday House, 1993 Julia feels bossed around by everyone, so she searches for a way to be the boss herself. “A winning story that can’t miss with little ones.” – Booklist

ASLEEP IN A HEAP

Illustrated by Mary Morgan, Holiday House, 1993 The story of a very awake little girl, and her very sleepy family’s attempt to put her to bed. “This bath-time hit radiates universal warmth.” – Booklist

SLEDDING

Illustrated by Sarah Wilson Harper and Row, 1989, IBM Audio Edition, 1993 Whirl along with two young sledders as they bang and bump, slither and flop down a snowy hill. “A short celebration in rhyme … A welcome addition to the limited number of picture books with a winter theme.” – School Library Journal

SLOPPY KISSES

Illustrated by Anne Burgess Macmillan, 1980 Junior Literary Guild, 1981 Viking/Penguin paperback England, Fall, 1984 Aladdin paperback, Fall, 1990 Emmy-Lou comes to realize that “kissing is for everybody.” “Warmth, sensitivity and humor….” – Booklist

BEAR AND ROLY-POLY

Illustrated by Patience Brewster Holiday House,1996 Book of the Month Club, 1996 Trumpet Book Club, 1997 When Nora brings a new baby sister home, Bear is in for a BIG surprise. “Charming illustrations and believable characters make this … story right on target.” – School Library Journal

BEAR’S CHRISTMAS SURPRISE

Illustrated by Patience Brewster Holiday House, 1991 British Edition, 1992 During a game of hide and seek with Mrs. Duck, Bear peeks in the Christmas closet. “A loving and sensitive treatment of an often faced dilemma with a sweet holiday flavor.” – Booklist

BEAR AND MRS. DUCK

Illustrated by Patience Brewster Holiday House, September, 1988, Book of the Month Club, 1989 Paperback Edition, 1990 When Nora must leave Bear with Mrs. Duck the baby-sitter for the afternoon, Bear learns that it can be fun to play with someone new. “Ideal for children suffering from baby-sitter fears and enjoyable just as a warmly Read Moreā€¦

AS THE CROW FLIES

Illustrated by Joan Sandin Clarion, 1998 Michael’s dad lives seven states away and Michael misses him. But when his father comes to visit, Michael learns something new about his dad and himself.