"This book (The Lollipop Tree) spans the ages. I have my copy in my classroom with preschoolers. Most of my kiddos are still working on a grasp of English so we look at the pictures mostly. I retell the story using words they'd understand and as their language skills increase, we can use more and more if the written words. They adore this book, they often talk about the artwork using words and concepts your wouldn't expect from a four year old. I love that they are able to make conversations and connections to the creations in this book. It truly helps some meet the standards set for them."
- Janelle - Preschool Teacher
"I received The Lollipop Tree as a gift and read it immediately - the first thing I notice was the praying mantis drawn into nearly all of the illustrations...so at the end of the book, finding a page that was dedicated to praying mantises was a real treat. This book is beautifully illustrated, very well written, and definitely has a story line for children and deeper themes / correlations for adults. I'm already looking forward to the next one!"
"What a wonderful children's book! I talk about "Larry and Bob" with children of all ages, it's amazing how dynamic the interpretation ranges from person to person! From children to adults it's a wonderful story about, friendship, nature and perspective!"
- J. Vega
""Larry and Bob" is perfect to teach children of all ages about creating unlikely friendships that can be meaningful and life-changing. The author's use of vocabulary provides a great opportunity for learning dialog between adults and children. Our family loves the illustrations too! Beautiful. A keepsake in our home for years to come."
“How to Eat a Peach is a beautiful tale for readers of all ages. Children will delight in the fantastic illustrations and the storyline which reminds us that love and friendship conquer all. It’s a great book to read aloud to the little ones, while older kids will enjoy practicing their reading skills with new words. This is a book teachers of many reading levels should consider adding to their libraries.”