In the book Bah! Said the Baby I wrote about a family scrambling to figure out what Baby was saying when shouting, "Bah!" Extend the story by imagining what Baby might be saying with this activity sheet. You can draw a picture or word you imagine Baby is saying, or color or circle different images from the book you imagine Baby might be calling out. Just click on the image below to get a full screen image, then click again for a printable image.
BAH! SAID THE BABY, which I wrote and illustrated for Philomel Books, released this month. It's about a family eagerly scrambling to figure out what Baby wants when saying "Bah"! Communication is often a challenge, but feeling understood and understanding someone else are some of the most basic and strongest ways we can connect to each other. I've always found the early years when children are first learning to speak delightful and e
When I was first asked to illustrate the manuscript for I FLY: THE BUZZ ABOUT FLIES AND HOW AWESOME THEY ARE, I quickly came to love the Fly character Bridget Heos had written as the narrator of the story. I imagined him as a bedraggled, world-weary Columbo with a bit of cheerleader mixed in. It's the first nonfiction book I've illustrated, and it was great to work on a project that was both entertaining and educational. Fly is weary of butterflies getti