One Man Many Voices<br />

    The 7 Towers of Wonder Illustrated by John Hutton, Thornwillow Press, Winter 2011/Spring 2012
  • • Follow the adventures of Possum and Raccoon as they go out searching for stories for their seven 7-story towers. Each tower is named for one of the virtues and the folktales explore those concepts. 49 stories all together. 7 Volumes.
    Stories in Action: Interactive Tales and Learning Activities to Promote Early Literacy, Libraries Unlimited, 2006.
  • 40 stories including 15 folktale fingerplays, follow-up activities and storytelling tips.
  • Libraries Unlimited (PDF with 20% off coupon)
    Building a Childhood Chapel; One Story at a Time, Church Publishing, 2007.
  • How to set up a chapel program for young children. The retelling of Bible stories for young listeners – 30 stories with a forward by Peter Cheney, former executive director of the NAES (National Association of Episcopal Schools).
  • Church Publishing - Building a Childhood Chapel
    Want a Ride? , Golden Books/Random House, 1998.
  • Early reader – Level 2 – one of the 5 books that launched Golden Books’ “Road to Reading” series. Random House took over. Over 165,000 sold.
    Hop Right On! , Golden Books, 1999
    Two Princesses, Golden Books, 1998
    15 Easy Folktale Fingerplays, Scholastic Professional Books, 1997.
    Walking With Woody: There’s a Song Over There!
  • A fictional walk with Woody Guthrie in which we discover we all have songs to create and sing. Endorsed by Woody’s daughter, Nora Guthrie. Represented by Michele Rubin at Writers House.
    Feegba, The Giant Pumpkin, an African Folktale
  • Retold by Bill. Represented by Michele Rubin at Writers House.