Books by This Illustrator
When Clorinda sees a ballet, she decides to follow her dream of becoming a ballerina and so leaves her comfortable farm life for the big city. At last, the charming cow-ballerina gets her big chance and though she performs only once, her talent is welcomed back on the farm. The rhyming story is illustrated in a lighthearted, comical style.
There are millions of people living in the United States, but the numbers are much too large to really understand, aren’t they? With the help of a mathematical magician, understandable comparisons, and animated, humorous, and engaging illustrations, huge numbers become more child-friendly and downright understandable.
"If you decide to go to the moon read this book before you start." It requires a great deal of preparation not only for the trip but while on the moon itself. The imaginary journey presented in rich, informative language and luxuriant illustrations is sure to delight aspiring astronauts of all ages.
When Jimmy's class goes on a trip to a farm, he takes along his pet boa constrictor. The ensuing chaos in this cumulative tale is told in reverse, revealed by a girl to her mom once the field trip is over. Humor is heightened by highly detailed, understated illustrations in Kellogg's signature style.