National Geographic Society, January 2004
ISBN 0-7922-6496-7

As in the others in this series of picturebook biographies, I set out to show and tell the life and times of my subject as clearly and as vividly as possible. C.H.

"...Harness at her best, portraying not an icon, but a man immersed in the hubbub of family and political life. Diagrams of Monticello [as well as the President's House] and maps of colonial America, the Lewis and Clark expedition, and President Jefferson's world enrich the text." - Kirkus Reviews

Simon & Schuster, September 2004
ISBN 0-689-83478-0

An innocent child gets zapped back in time. He and the reader will get a whiz-bang introduction to life in Ancient Egypt.

A magical tour through, with loads of information about Ancient Egypt in a 32 page picture book, will be coming out later this year from Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers.


Dutton Children's Books, December 1, 2004
ISBN 0525472592

Two of the most significant and complex individuals of the 20th Century: their stories are "presented with compelling drama." - Booklist



Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2005. ISBN: o-689-83479-9

For Ages 4-8. I loved working on this poetic whiz-bang through the Thirteen Colonies, with its quilt-like watercolor illustrations.

"This book is a treat for the eye and an excellent introduction to this period in American history."  - School Library Journal



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