Margo Linn taught language arts in elementary schools for 30 years before embarking on a writing career. She is the author of dozens of children’s books, many of which are early readers. She lives and works in Westchester, New York.
Patch is a one-of-a-kind dog. His fur is a patchwork of colors; others make fun of him for it. Kids will identify with Patch as he navigates his way through the experience of being different. With a little help from his mother, Patch figures out how to make friends with bullies by sharing. But there’s...[more]
Charlie is a little bird who is tired of being small. He sets out on a journey in search of becoming big. One by one, he asks large animals how he can be big, and one by one, they don’t have good answers. Finally, Charlie meets a wise dog, who gives him the best advice: change your point of view! Join...[more]
Young readers can see the many benefits a family reaps from their chicken coop in this charming, narrative nonfiction book. Coop to table: Raising chickens isn’t just for farms anymore! Increasing numbers of communities are embracing the idea of backyard chicken coops. This book highlights the value...[more]
Young readers will follow along as Jack presents the origin of woolen products, starting with raising the sheep that grows wool and ending with knitting the yarn, in this charming, narrative nonfiction book. Key Selling Points • Fresh take on farm animals: There are many children’s books about farm...[more]
Book Description This narrative non-fiction title explores the many ways we use honey and honeycomb. Using the time-tested, cumulative-tale format of This Is the House That Jack Built, this charming story follows a family as it thanks honeybees for all the yummy ways it uses the honey they make. Key...[more]
This narrative non-fiction title explores the many products we get from dairy cows, including milk, cream, butter, yogurt, whipped cream, and ice cream. Using the timetested, cumulative-tale format of This Is the House That Jack Built, this charming story follows a family as it thanks its beloved cow...[more]