Here are some of my completed manuscripts that I am currently querying to agents for representation. I thought I'd share my pitches with you here so you can learn about some of the things I have written. My *prayer* is that these will become traditionally published.
A BIRD LIKE PETUNIA
🐷Petunia is a precocious pig who aspires to fly— like a bird. Unsuccessful attempts leave her grounded. After all, her barnyard friends have told her as a matter of fact: Pigs CAN’T fly! (But might they be able to soar?)
NORBERT'S BUBBLE TROUBLE
When a tap-dancing, kazoo-playing spider ends up in some bubble trouble, he must use more than his showmanship to get unstuck and make it to the stage in time— or like his gum, his dream to win the talent show will be popped! (Rhyming)
GOD MADE ME:
Concept Picture Book
Explore God-given traits from A-Z that make us uniquely special. Includes correlating Scripture verses. (Rhyming)
BALL & STICK- SIDEKICKS
When a baseball gets knocked out of his familiar field, he faces an uncertain future while discovering that a new world can be exciting, and “home” can be found wherever you have a friend. (Rhyming)
Wherever there’s a mic and music, Carmen can’t help herself. She LOVES singing! But when her karaoke causes chaos, she’ll need to figure out how to balance her love for singing or risk losing her karaoke machine to an unhappy household! 🎤 🎵 🎙️
Concept Picture Book
One bored monkey… What to do? Gather friends and leave the zoo! Come along on this madcap adventure— counting to ten and back down again with all the monkeys in tow. Teaches simple counting, addition, and subtraction. (Rhyming)
CLAIRE THE BRAVE
A young girl struggles with sadness while her dad is serving abroad in the military. She reminds herself to be brave— as she figures out actionable and positive ways to cope with missing him. (Rhyming & Non-Rhyming Manuscript Versions)
Call the 'squat' team— Urine trouble and it's a pressing matter! It’s not easy learning to go potty. Sitting… waiting… squirming… Written for giggles and as a fun sing-aloud, this story has been adapted from the classic children's song Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.