Pirates Don’t Go To Kindergarten!
Batten the hatches! Before rough, tough Pirate Emma joins her captain and crew, she declares, “Pirates don’t go to kindergarten,” incites a mutiny, and makes her former captain, Ms. Chu, walk the plank. Illustrator: Eda Kaban.
“A fun and raucous ride with great pirate lingo that reminds readers that change isn’t bad, but it can be challenging.” (School Library Journal)
“It’s tough to walk the plank and leave beloved captains behind; this may make the transition a little easier.” (Kirkus)
Two Lions, August 1, 2019
Pippa’s Night Parade
Villains and monsters and beasts! In this bedtime romp, Pippa uses her wits and design skills to overcome her fears about the creatures coming out of her storybooks at night. Illustrator: Lucy Fleming.
“A delicious triumph over fear of night creatures.” (Kirkus)
Two Lions, October 8, 2019
Madame Saqui, Revolutionary Rope Dancer
This picture book biography tells the story of Marguerite-Antoinette Lalanne, a woman who dared to pursue her passion for wirewalking during the turbulent times of the French Revolution. For images of Madame Saqui, visit my Pinterest Board. Illustrator: Rebecca Green.
Schwartz and Wade, Random House, March 24 2020
Was I Not A Girl: The Inspiring Story Of Dr. James Barry
This is the story of Dr. James Barry who was assigned female at birth in 1789 but lived as a man and became one of the highest ranked medical officers in the British Army. Illustrator: Lauren Simkin Berke.
Schwartz and Wade, Random House, Fall 2020