COMPLETE LIST OF WORK:


THE PERFECT PUMPKIN,(writen, but not illustratedby Ms. Noonan) (Scholastic, 2006)
THE VERY BEST DOLL (Dutton, Sept. 2003)
MOUSE BY MOUSE, A Counting Adventure (Dutton,May 2003)
GOING TO THE CORNER (Scholastic, 2001)
BATH DAY(Scholastic, 2000)
BREAKFAST TIME(Scholastic, 2000)
HARE AND RABBIT, FRIENDS FOREVER(Scholastic, 2000)
THE BEST THING TO BE (Doubleday, 1971)


Illustrated for other authors:


BABY BAT'S LULLABY, By Jaquelyn Mitchard (Harper Collins, Sept 2004)
WHEN THE MOON IS HIGH, by Alice Schertle (Harper Collins, May, 2003)
OVER THE RAINBOW, by Harburg & Arlen (Harper Collins, 2002)
YOU'RE JUST WHAT I NEED, by Ruth Krauss (HarperCollins, 1998)
*Parent's magazine best books
DREAMLAND, by Mary Chapin Carpenter (Harper Collins, 1998)
EMMA AND MOMMY TALK TO GOD, by Marianne Williamson (Harper Collins, 1998)
A PLACE FOR ANGELS, by Clyde Bulla ( BridgeWater Books, 1995)
TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE STAR, by Jane Taylor (Scholastic, 1992)
*Children's Literary Guild Selection
THE SHUT EYE TRAIN: Images of Childhood, by Eugene Field.
(Simon & Schuster, 1991)
*Children's Literary Guild Selection
MARCO MOONLIGHT, by Clyde Bulla (Crowell, 1976)
THE MAGIC THREE OF SOLATIA, by Jane Yolen (Crowell, 1974)
PETER'S POCKET, by Judy Barrett (Atheneum, 1974)
*Junior Literary Guild Selection.
*Featured on Captain Kangaroo
THE RAT CATCHER'S DAUGHTER, by Laurence Hausman (Mc Elderry, 1974)
SWEETWATER, by Laurence Yep (Harper &Row, 1973)
THE THROME OF THE ERRIL OF SHERILL, by Patricia McKillip (Atheneum, 1973)
*Selected for Children's Book Showcase (Children's Book Council)

*Of special note

Work

TINY BABY JESUS
Warm, loving illustrations portray Jesus as a baby, emphasizing hands, shoulders, feet, etc., and then show the same, with Jesus as an adult. A lovely introduction to this religious subject. Text by Dandi Daley Mackall.

sample art



MOUSE BY MOUSE, A Counting Adventure
A combination of whole pages, and half pages that change the pictures. Each half-page turn introduces the next number, a new mouse, and lots of action.The mice have very individual personalities, and each has fun in his or her own way. You will too!


BABY BAT'S LULLABY
BY Jaquelyn Mitchard
(Harper Collins,Sept 2004)

The pictures are lush and evocative in this gentle, mother and child adventure. The author's words are lyrical, and the bat's themselves quite the opposite of most people's preconceptions.


the PUPPY AND ME series
Two favorites among the toddler set: BATH DAY, BREAKFAST TIME,,focus on what's important in a toddler's day. They follow a spunky little girl and her adorable dog with exuberent illustrations and impeccable rhyme.

HARE AND RABBIT, FRIENDS FOREVER
In this "easy reader" two very different personalities overcome challenges in their friendship in a funny way to remain "friends forever". The three short stories are simply told for grades 1-2, but are emotionally complex, entertaining, and age appropriate. The pictures are clear and expressive, and clue young readers very well.

THE VERY BEST DOLL
In this book set in the fifties, the main character is given a fancy new doll. She finds at bedtime, however, that nothing can take the place of her old favorite.

THE LATEST:

COMING FOR CHRISTMAS
A COUNTING BOOK YOU CAN ENJOY READING OVER AND OVER!
The best time you've ever had counting from one to ten.
EVEN IF YOU DON'T LIKE BATS
you're going to love this little baby bat and his gentle mom.
FOR ANYONE WHO'S EVER LOVED A DOLL
A familiar tale of love and loyalty