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Book Weekend - Cats & Ducks & Families

Quackers is a duck — or so he thinks.  He lives by a pond, and his family is made of ducks.  True – he has orange fur and doesn’t like water.  187 more words


I write for people who can't read...

Q: You write picture books most of the time. Is it fair to say, you write books for people who can’t read?

A: Yes. But that doesn’t say anything about the quality of my writing.

Picture Books

#PictureBook Review: Tell Me A Tattoo Story by Alison McGhee

Tell Me a Tattoo Story by Alison McGhee

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Tattoos! Not just for bad dudes anymore! :)

Ok, so I saw someone on the internet say that and I stole it. 90 more words

Book Review

The Daddies Boat by Lucia Monfried

Ages 3-7

This is a picture book about a girl and one of her parents. The two of them wait for the Daddies Boat to come in every Friday afternoon. 68 more words

Picture Books

ABC: A walk in the countryside by Rosalind Beardshaw

Published by Nosy Crow, 2016.

This book has been created as part of a series for the National Trust.

This is a gorgeous board book. Two young children explore the British countryside together. 213 more words


Excellent Ed by Stacy McAnulty

Excellent Ed by Stacy McAnulty, illustrated by Julia Sarcone-Roach (InfoSoup)

Everyone in Ed’s family is excellent except for Ed. He doesn’t understand why he isn’t allowed to eat at the table, ride in the van, sit on the couch or use the inside bathroom like the rest of the family. 270 more words

Book Reviews

May is a busy month

May is a huge month for On The Scene in 2016 since so many of our debut picture books are launching into the world. Here’s a sneek peak.