Follow an adorable little dust bunny on a quest to make a friend in this sweet and simple wordless picture book. From Schwartz & Wade, 2019.
“Hevron's authorial debut is distinguished by well-paced repetition and humor. Her whimsical art, rendered in digitally collaged acrylic and marker on wood, is richly textured. Who knew uncleanliness could be so cute?”—Kirkus
“This offering is perfect for one-on-one sharing and will enable very young children to join in telling the story and chiming in on the few repeated words.”—School Library Journal
This is an elegantly told, truly unique tale by author Jim Averbeck and illustrator Amy Hevron, of a canary who befriends a lemon and finds that you don’t have to be two of a kind to form a meaningful and lasting friendship. From Roaring Brook Press, 2018.
"Both poignant and triumphant at once."—Kirkus, starred review
"Averbeck offers a lovely ode to friendship that gets even better with repeat readings. The deceptively simplistic acrylic illustrations on wood offer an endearing counterpoint to the charming story.—School Library Journal, starred review
Follow a bison named Charley and his little sprite friends through the seasons in Yellowstone National Park. This 40-page picture book offers a whimsical and educational look at bison in Yellowstone. Self-published, 2015.
Follow the moon babies on their busy day from waking up in their crescent cradles, to breakfast on the Milky Way, to bundling up for moonwalks, to orbiting the earth in a lunar carousel, and more! From G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 2019.
“Soothing rhythms, a consistent rhyme pattern… make this book a good bedtime read for both children and caregivers. Illustrations of pastel-hued moon babies against nighttime blue backgrounds are restful, too, but they also include details to discuss. A playful and soothing book for the close of day.” —Kirkus