Sneaky Sheep

Sneaky Sheep

Book - 2010
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Frog and Toad’s Laws of Literary Motion

In my years selecting children’s books for the library, I have often envied the mathematical certainty of the hard sciences.  After all, when the Pythagorean theorem doesn’t work, it’s usually our own bad arithmetic at fault, and Plank’s Constant isn’t exactly wishy-washy.  It’s a little more difficult to make sense of children’s literature sometimes.  Perhaps this arises from the fact that its... (more)


Frog and Toad’s Laws of Literary Motion

In my years selecting children’s books for the library, I have often envied the mathematical certainty of the hard sciences.  After all, when the Pythagorean theorem doesn’t work, it’s usually our own bad arithmetic at fault, and Plank’s Constant isn’t exactly wishy-washy.  It’s a little more difficult to make sense of children’s literature sometimes.  Perhaps this arises from the fact that… (more)


Making Illustration Look Like a Cinch: An Interview with Chris Monroe

Of all the picture books I’ve read to my kids, Chris Monroe’s have been some of the most fun, so I was pleased to hear a new Netflix streaming series based on her Monkey with a Tool Belt books is in the works. Monroe’s versatility rivals that of her plucky primate protagonist, Chico Bon Bon. She’s written and illustrated books about a pair of sneaky sheep, a bike riding ladybug, and a dog… (more)


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