Fall 2021, Penquin, TBD pp
A biography of Tom Crean, crew member of three Antarctic expeditions (including Shackleton’s), who saved the lives of his fellow explorers through extraordinary efforts.
Spring 2021, Abrams, 48 pp
Horse and human life were intertwined for thousands of years, yet the role of the everyday horse throughout history is rarely mentioned. In HORSE POWER: HOW HORSES CHANGED THE WORLD, follow the horse from its first appearance on earth, to domestication by humans, to the ways the horse has inspired art, invention, and innovation around the world. Horses changed the course of human history! Sidebars, maps, a timeline, and an author’s note offer additional facts and information about the enduring fascination humans still have with this magnificent animal.
August 2019, Abrams, 64 pp
A nonfiction picture book about the history, humans, and natural events that have shaped Manhattan for over four hundred years. Through dramatic illustrations and detailed maps, the island’s story comes to life as it becomes home to one of the greatest cities in the world, and continues to be a magnet for people from all over the world. Sidebars focusing on moments in history, a timeline, and select sources in the back matter encourage further reading.
SHELF AWARENESS – “Manhattan, with tons of backmatter and fun paratextual material, uses every part of the book–front cover all the way to the final endpapers–to give young readers an in-depth and entertaining history of the city on the island.”
SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL – “The maps, colorful illustrations, and accessible text present a comprehensive history of Manhattan as an island and a good introduction to the study of urban growth for students of all ages. Very valuable to students in the New York City metropolitan area, but also highly informative for all readers”
KIRKUS – “The vibrant history that unfolds will hold children’s attention through
BOOKLIST – “This slice of American history is a gem.”
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY – “Like Manhattan itself, much is packed into this handsomely illustrated history.”
May 2018, Abrams, 40 pp
Emma Gatewood’s life was far from easy. In rural Ohio, she managed a household of 11 kids alongside a less-than-supportive husband. One day, at age 67, she decided to go for a nice long walk…and ended up completing the Appalachian Trail. A story of true grit and girl power at any age, Grandma Gatewood proves that no peak is insurmountable.
October 2016, Abrams, 40 pp
This picture book biography of Charles Darwin’s adventures on the Beagle features spectacular maps illustrating the route and tells the story of Darwin’s travels and his discoveries in each location.
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