Mariposa, Where Did You Get Your Colors? is an exquisite volume as well as an enjoyable story, perfect for bedtime reading and rainy-day coloring inspiration.
The Clever Things to Learn books are extremely interactive! These larger board books are not only eye-catching with the visually stimulating colors, they open a world of new concepts for toddlers.
The timeless classic of Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery has now inspired the concept for a couple of unique board books for youngsters.
Uh Oh! Where Did All the Colors Go? is a unique novelty board book with pages that can be personalized with photographs of friends and family members.
Eda Kaban is the illustrator on a number of books, including Pink is for Boys. When she’s not drawing, you can find her climbing rocks or biking the hills of the Bay area.
Karen S. Robbins Discusses the Think Shape! Board book Series, a new board book series that manages to increase both language and math skills, while also helping to develop small motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
Think Shapes!, Karen S. Robbins is a stimulating and enjoyable reading experience that will stretch the brain muscles and prime your precocious toddler.
Amazing Animals: A Spin & Spot Book takes readers on an interactive, colorful journey in the world of animals.
What drove you to start creating children’s books?
A revolt! When I had my first child, children’s books looked like some stupid marketing thing.
The countdown is on for the release of The Day the Crayons Came Home (on sale August 18th 2015), the sequel to the New York Times best selling kids book The Day the Crayons Quit, written by Drew Daywalt and illustrated by Oliver Jeffers.