Grandma Drove the Garbage Truck | With its unexpected outcome and bright, lively, and whimsical illustrations, his book brings a fun and fresh perspective to the essential job of trash collection. (4-8)
Wake Up, Bertha Bear! | This is a tale of a black bear cub named Bradley, who is inadvertently separated from his hibernating mother, Bertha, when he gets hungry and wanders across the melting ice between their den on an island and the main shoreline.
Good Fences | A survey of New England’s stone walls, with nearly 200 color photos this book was the Winner of an Independent Publisher’s Book Award for Best Regional (Northeast) Nonfiction.
Paintings of Maine | Honorable Mention in the Best Non-Fiction Books category in the 2008 Maine Literary Awards from the Maine Writers and Publishers Association
The Imprint of Place | The year 2006 represents a striking development in Maine art with the culmination of the Maine Print Project. Sponsored by most Maine art museums, including the Portland Museum of Art and the Farnsworth Art Museum, the project includes exhibits and lectures at venues statewide.
The Late Loon |
This charming story tells of another adventure featuring the canine protagonist Jasper, an aging beagle who lives with his adoptive "parents," John and his wife, Reggie, in a sporting camp in northern Maine.