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  SAY HELLO! I was visiting a school, doing a workshop with kindergarteners and first graders. As each child wandered into the room, I walked up and introduced myself. Ninety percent of the children didn’t have any idea how to respond. Some would shake my hand and look down at my shoes. Some would look up at the ceiling or over their shoulder. One kid spit out his gum, stomped on it, and then grabbed my hand and wouldn’t let go. This experience struck me as funny, sweet, and a little disturbing. I thought, “I’ll write a book about how to say HELLO!”  Beach Lane / Simon & Schuster

 

SAY HELLO!

I was visiting a school, doing a workshop with kindergarteners and first graders. As each child wandered into the room, I walked up and introduced myself. Ninety percent of the children didn’t have any idea how to respond. Some would shake my hand and look down at my shoes. Some would look up at the ceiling or over their shoulder. One kid spit out his gum, stomped on it, and then grabbed my hand and wouldn’t let go.

This experience struck me as funny, sweet, and a little disturbing. I thought, “I’ll write a book about how to say HELLO!” 

Beach Lane / Simon & Schuster

  I LOVE YOU, NOSE!                      I LOVE YOU, TOES! This book is more than a primer for learning the names of body parts. It's a little bit like a guided meditation (a lively one!) for very young children. It’s made up of love notes for each body part. Some of the notes are funny and some are serious. Each note has a rhythm and a rhyme, and each one begins with “I love you, …" Because so many of us harbor negative feelings about our bodies, it's my hope that this book will plant tiny seeds of love and positive regard in the child’s mind for his body. It's my dream that the book will help the reader and the child being read to love each other even more than they already do. Beach Lane / Simon & Schuster

 

I LOVE YOU, NOSE!                      I LOVE YOU, TOES!

This book is more than a primer for learning the names of body parts. It's a little bit like a guided meditation (a lively one!) for very young children.

It’s made up of love notes for each body part. Some of the notes are funny and some are serious. Each note has a rhythm and a rhyme, and each one begins with “I love you, …"

Because so many of us harbor negative feelings about our bodies, it's my hope that this book will plant tiny seeds of love and positive regard in the child’s mind for his body.

It's my dream that the book will help the reader and the child being read to love each other even more than they already do.

Beach Lane / Simon & Schuster

  the TEN FRIENDS books A series of four holiday counting books written by Janet Schulman and illustrated by Linda Davick. Knopf

 

the TEN FRIENDS books

A series of four holiday counting books written by Janet Schulman and illustrated by Linda Davick.

Knopf

COMING FALL of 2018

COMING FALL of 2018

I WANT MORE! A picture book proposal about a little girl and her unflagging exuberance for life, written and illustrated by Linda Davick.

I WANT MORE!

A picture book proposal about a little girl and her unflagging exuberance for life, written and illustrated by Linda Davick.

  WE LOVE YOU, ROSIE! (words by Cynthia Rylant) Rosie is a spotted sausagey hound who belongs to a young brother and sister, and who’s the subject of six very short picture-book stories involving concepts and opposites. In each story, Rosie experiences or exemplifies the two opposites, so in “Rosie Day and Night,” “Rosie runs and plays and runs and plays ALL DAY!” and “sleeps and dreams and sleeps and dreams ALL NIGHT”; every story ends with a reminder that whether she’s in or out, good or bad, she’s loved. -the Bulletin of the Center of Children's Books Beach Lane / Simon & Schuster

 

WE LOVE YOU, ROSIE!

(words by Cynthia Rylant)

Rosie is a spotted sausagey hound who belongs to a young brother and sister, and who’s the subject of six very short picture-book stories involving concepts and opposites. In each story, Rosie experiences or exemplifies the two opposites, so in “Rosie Day and Night,” “Rosie runs and plays and runs and plays ALL DAY!” and “sleeps and dreams and sleeps and dreams ALL NIGHT”; every story ends with a reminder that whether she’s in or out, good or bad, she’s loved. -the Bulletin of the Center of Children's Books

Beach Lane / Simon & Schuster

 

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