Jane Dyer

Books by This Illustrator

Babies on the Go

Illustrated by: Jane Dyer
Age Level: 3-6

Baby animals are shown here in transport! Rich language and expressive illustrations give an engaging and informative look at how animals move. Some animals stand up right away while others need time to grow — just like young humans.

I Love You Like Crazy Cakes

Illustrated by: Jane Dyer
Age Level: 0-3

Product Description: "Based on the author's own experience, this heartfelt story follows a woman on her journey to adopt a baby girl from China. From paperwork to plane flight, the narrative chronicles the baby's trip from a crib in a big room shared with many other babies to her own crib in her own room in her new room. Jane Dyer's delicate watercolors perfectly complement this charming text, a celebration of the love and joy a baby brings into the world."

Move Over, Rover!

Illustrated by: Jane Dyer
Age Level: 0-3

When it starts to rain, Rover is pleased that other animals join him in his doghouse. That is, until a skunk finds his way there — and everyone exits! When the storm is over, Rover enjoys a bone and the solitude of his doghouse. Expressive illustrations and animated, rhythmic language make for a satisfying story.

The Sick Day

Illustrated by: Jane Dyer
Age Level: 3-6

When Emily feels sick, Father stays home to take care of her. He tucks her into bed with her stuffed animals, but Emily has more special requests, like her blanket and favorite doll. Before they realize it, Emily and Father have turned this sick day into a special day together.

Whose Garden Is It?

Illustrated by: Jane Dyer
Age Level: 3-6

While out walking, Mrs. McGee and her young charge wonder aloud about the beautiful garden. A host of elegantly dressed insects and animals claim it in this engaging, delicately illustrated rhyming tale.

Woman for President: The Story of Victoria Woodhull

Illustrated by: Jane Dyer
Age Level: 9-12

Overcoming a difficult childhood, Victoria took control of her own destiny in sometimes unorthodox ways and became the first woman to run for U.S. President in 1872 before women even had the right to vote (Frederick Douglass was nominated to run as Vice President). Photorealistic illustrations add to this remarkable tale of a woman who was truly ahead of her time.