Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Illustrator's Award Winner

Who are you in the dark?

It's basically an interesting personification of the dark as something to be respected but not feared. A force of nature, really. It's personified as something which is helpful, nice, and a little bit misunderstood. Not as scary as it first seems.


Respect darkness but don't fear it.

A well-written story about writing stories.

I love the quirky illustrations and the story within a story. It's well written. It's interesting.


How to write a story. Or, anybody can write a story.

Biography in story-poem form.

It's not an amazing book, but it's pretty. It's kind of light and not heavy-handed about anything.


Art is cool.