The Graveyard Book meets Hatchet in this award-winning book about a boy who wakes up on a beach with no memory and must face his biggest fears before he find out who he is and what has happened to him. (Paula Wiseman Books/Simon & Schuster)
Mad Max mixed with Jungle Book, this story follows a boy with one hand who grew up the only human in a magical hidden rainforest, but when it’s found by others, the boy must decide between being accepted by his own kind or saving his home. (Paula Wiseman Books/Simon & Schuster)
In this second book in the American Horse Tales series, Juniper and her horse Able try to do the best stunts in their favorite TV show but discover being perfect is a lot more difficult than they thought it would be. (Penguin Workshop/ Penguin Random House)
Opal has to give the Friendship Festival speech, but she’s too shy. Then a crisis threatens the Festival, and Opal has to step up to try to save the day. Could she be the perfect speaker after all? (Bloomsbury)
When Ruby accidentally causes a minor forest fire, young unicorn Canterlope runs away in fear and is lost. Even worse, a blizzard is coming. Can Ruby master her worries, control her power, and find Canterlope? (Bloomsbury)
Topaz is scared of the dark and too embarrassed to tell the other dragons. When disaster strikes one moonless night and the other dragons need her power over light, can Topaz find a way to face her fear? (Bloomsbury)
When Emerald’s plan to create the BEST birthday gift goes wrong, he finds himself in the middle of a flowery mess. Can Emerald fix everything himself? Or will he realize that sometimes sharing is even better than winning?(Bloomsbury)
The wonderful tree used as the background for this website is the backcover illustration for my book ARROW. It was art directed by Laurent Linn at Simon & Schuster and illustrated by Justin Hernandez. A big thank you to them.