Rat Attack, A Short Vowel Adventure, has been chosen by the
New York City Public Library for their K-1 Summer Reading List!
The story celebrates values of friendship, compassion, and kindness, which is one reason why “Benjamin and Bumper” has been awarded the Nautilus Book Award Gold Medal for Best Picture Book of 2011.
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“Benjamin and Bumper to the Rescue should become a favorite for younger children.”
Noreen Bernstein, Youth Services Director, Williamsburg, (Virginia) Regional Library.
School Library Journal Reviews Princess Pig
Princess Pig is tickled pink by her review in School Library Journal. Here’s the bit where the reviewer gives her verdict:
“Early readers will pore over the pictures enjoying each little detail. As an unusual approach to easy readers, with photos of real stuffed animals and their accessories, this is new and interesting series. The fact that the phonics are highlighted in such an obvious way should not be a turnoff. VERDICT – Parents and teachers can use these titles for reading as well as writing activities.” –Susan Lissim, Dwight School, New York City
Our Creative Director, Molly Coxe, has written and illustrated Early Readers for Random House, Harper Collins, and Golden Books which have sold a total of 2 million copies. Big Egg, Hot Dog, and Cat Traps are her best-selling titles. Her latest picture book, Benjamin and Bumper to the Rescue, won the Nautilus Book Award Gold Medal for Best Picture Book of 2011. Molly graduated from Princeton University with a B.A. in English Literature. She has taught pre-school and currently lives in Northern California. Her most recent book, Hop, Frog!, was shot beside a tiny pond in the Santa Cruz mountains.