Klutz - 101 Outrageously Fun Things to Do(Klutz / Scholastic)
A series of chapter headers from this fun book for Kids.
The Alphabet of Alphabets / A Number of Numbersby Amanda Wood and Mike Jolley, illustrated by Allan Sanders (Wide Eyed Editions)
“Take a ride through 26 fully-illustrated alphabets, each one an A to Z of things to spot. This is an alphabet of alphabets, from an A to Z of Birds (A is for Albatross, B is for Bluebird), to an A to Z of Zoo (A is for Aardvark, B is for Baboon). Allan Sanders' weird and wonderful drawings are packed full of funny things to spot and plenty of Where's Wally-style humour, making this the best way to learn your ABCs and lots of new words as well!”
“An extravaganza for
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Little Explorers by Ruth Martin & Allan Sanders (Templar Publishing)
“Little Explorers is a new first-information series for curious youngsters. With sturdy flaps to lift on every page, little ones can have hands-on fun discovering the amazing world we live in. On the Move is a friendly introduction to the world of vehicles, from cars and trucks to trains, planes and boats. Kids can lift the flaps to peer under bonnets, look inside lorries and check out the passengers on a double-decker bus.”
The Book of Perfectly Perilous MathBy Sean Connolly (Workman Publishing)
I drew 24 illustrations in glorious black & red for this great book by Sean Connolly.
Math Rocks! At least it does in the gifted hands of Sean Connolly, who blends middle school math with fantasy to create an exciting adventure in problem-solving. These word problems are perilous, do-or-die scenarios. Sean Connolly knows how to make tough subjects exciting and he brings that same intuitive understanding of what inspires and challenges kids’ curiosity to the 24 problems in “The Book of Perfectly Perilous Math”.