WIP – Moo’s New Friend – Moo Family #4

The fourth book in the Moo Family series features Moo’s new friend, Sasha Moo.

Sasha Moo uses a wheelchair to get around. She may not be able to run around like others, but she can do so many other awesome things!

Moo tells us all about her day with her new best friend, Sasha Moo, in this upcoming book.

The current ETA for publication is July 4th, so be on the lookout for updates in the next few weeks!

More about Sasha Moo:
Modelled after a sweet young girl named Sasha (who is lovingly referred to as Moo), Sasha Moo’s experiences run parallel to the real-life Sasha.

Moo Family – Book 3 – Happy Birthday, Moo!

This book was written for my daughter’s third birthday. When we received the print proof (she’s collecting all of the proofs), we had to hide it before she recognized the proof box it shipped in. She received it at her birthday party, and immediately started showing everyone her new Moo book.

Deia’s showing the camera and everyone watching her new Moo book in the photo above. She tried to show it to everyone on the playground, along with her new plushies. What a silly girl 🙂

In this Moo Family book, you’ll meet Moo’s friends, and watch her open presents.

Sorry about the quality of the cover preview on all of the websites – for some reason, the image doesn’t render very well with smaller pictures. I’ve tried different formats to see if it helps, but it still looks the same. The print version is a beautiful, bright red!

eBook Version:
Amazon Kindle
Google Play Books
Barnes & Noble
iBooks (coming soon)
Kobo Books
Smashwords

Print Version:
Amazon
Barnes & Noble
Createspace

Moo School Series – Book 2 – A-B-C Moo Learns Letters!

Moo’s second Moo School book is all about letters. Just like her number book, she learns all about letters from her favorite things and people.

You had a chance to meet many of her friends in the Happy Birthday, Moo! book. You can meet them again in this A-B-C book! From eggs to boxes, read along as Moo learns the English alphabet.

Use the links below to find a copy at your favorite online retailer!

eBook Version:
Amazon Kindle
Google Play Books
Barnes & Noble
iBooks
Kobo Books
Smashwords

Print Version:
Amazon
Barnes & Noble
Createspace

Moo School Series – Book 1 – 1-2-3 Moo Learns Numbers!

Moo is back in an all new Moo School series. She’s ready to learn all sorts of new stuff before she starts Preschool and Kindergarten!

In this first book in the series, Moo learns to count from 1 to 10 with all of her favorite things. Read along as she counts her duckies, bows, and even shoes! She counts many other things, too, so pick up a copy today to find out more!

Use the links below to find a copy at your favorite online retailer!

eBook Version:
Amazon Kindle
Google Play Books
Barnes & Noble
iBooks
Kobo Books
Smashwords

Print Version:
Amazon
Barnes & Noble
Createspace

It’s Bedtime, Moo! – New Book, New Series!

After a recent round of doodling cows and krakens for my children, two good friends in my life suggested that I write a book for children. Believe it or not, there is an unfinished children’s book somewhere on my stove of books-to-finish! Gasp, an unfinished book? Say it isn’t so!

Given how long it took me to finish the illustrations for my nephew’s book, Daddy is Tired, I was surprised by how much more quickly this one was completed. It helped quite a bit that I had that surgery on my elbow back in 2012, of course! Ever since, I’ve been relatively pain-free. It still twinges occasionally. Sometimes before weather changes, but usually if I’ve been over-using it.

In any case, Moo and Friends is one of my favorite set of characters I’ve ever drawn. My Mom still loves the “Fruity Friends” I drew ages ago (Mango Man, Nataline Nectarine…I was such a goober when I was a kid!), but I haven’t really thought much about them in over a decade. I only remember them when Mom mentions them 😛

What I call “Original Moo” is a representation of my daughter, who loves cows. The Moo featured in “It’s Bedtime, Moo!” is actually my daughter’s favorite stuffed animal, who also happens to be named Moo. I know, it’s so confusing! Moo wasn’t her first word, but she’s been using it extensively for over half of her life. She’ll be three in September, to give you an idea of how much she loves the word. Her collection of plushie Moos has grown exponentially over the past two years, starting around her first birthday when she met the first Moo (who is the Moo featured in this book). She gave Moo the biggest hug of her life, and they’ve been inseparable ever since. We did have to buy her first…

I hope you enjoy this first book in a planned series of Moo books! The ideal age-range to enjoy this book is 5 and under, although you may enjoy it even if you’re 90!
You can find your own copy at these stores (print version coming soon!):

Digital/eBook Versions:
Google Play Books
Amazon Kindle
Kobo Books
Apple iBooks
Nook
Scribd
Smashwords

Print Versions:
Amazon
Createspace
Barnes & Noble