From the May 14, 2017 edition of the New York Times Book Review: “The murmur of a lazy river may calm one’s nerves, but the distant sound of “wheels on steel” has always been an invitation to wonder. Where has that train been? Where is it going? Moving from dark forest to frozen tundra, from […]
Trains Don’t Sleep, written by Andria Rosenbaum and illustrated by yours truly, is officially out in stores! You can find it online or at your local bookseller (search Indie Bound) or get a signed copy from the Vermont Bookshop. Critical reviews: “…truly transporting…” —New York Times Book Review “A well-crafted tribute to trains.” —Booklist
A little boy’s imagination creates a beautiful, mysterious, snowy world outside his home. Expressive oils on paper are equally adept at showing the snow’s softness and a little boy’s changing moods. The wraparound cover art immediately draws readers in, and the quotation from Yeats opposite the dedication sets the tone: “The world is full of […]
I’m excited to announce that, Outside, my first picture book will go on sale on October 21st. I have a few events coming up in October and November. If you are in Vermont or New York it would be great to see you. Check out the Events page for more details.