We love art. We love illustration. We love children’s books. So much so we invested a wealth of our time over decades honing our craft and driving our careers in the publishing industry. Now, the time has come to make our very own children’s books. Beautiful books. One of a kind illustrated titles to be cherished and read over and over. What we get to do is very creative and rewarding work. We never write down to the child in mind but challenge them to learn about something new or see the world in a whole new way.

SticksNStonesNDinosaurBones © GF NewlandSTICKS ‘N STONES ‘N DINOSAUR BONES
Written by Ted Enik and Illustrated by G.F. Newland

Award-Winning Finalist in the “Children’s Non-Fiction” category of the 2014 International Book Awards

The Most Celebrated Public Spat in the History of Paleontology, is Now a Delirious Dr.Seuss-like American Tale!
This first book in Enik `n Newland’s “Unhinged History” series is a ripping yarn – full of adventure and deceit – that brings to life the best-known public spat in all of Paleontology: the bitter rivalry between Edward Drinker Cope and Othniel Charles Marsh that became known as “The Bone Wars.” Lively and witty rhymes plus beautifully demented illustrations by G. F. Newland reveal how the paleontologists’ infamous rivalry began and how their mutual obsession with outdoing and ruining one another spun out of control.

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thetThingthatateKickapooTHE THING THAT ATE KICKAPOO
Written by Hank Franzoni and Illustrated by Carolyn Bracken

Jacob.Astor.cvrJACOB and ASTOR
Written by Leslie McGuire and Illustrated by Steve Haefele

Written by Leslie McGuire and Illustrated by Maggie Downer

Written by Katy Schrader and Illustrated by Tricia and Richard Courtney


YOTCYear of the Cat
Written by Natasha Lynn Rabin and Illustrated by Josie Yee

Year of The Cat is an enchanting and informative new book for all children interested in other Cultures, Places [here it’s New York City’s Chinatown] and Cats! For juvenile readers, the story follows 8-year-old Ying as she celebrates the myths, customs and excitement of Chinese New Year while trying to turn the ancient Chinese Zodiac on its head. Ying shares her own observations and opinions about what makes Chinese New Year the ‘best’, introduces us to her family (including cats) and takes us along on her Year of the Cat campaign, all captured in Josie Yee’s colorful, exquisitely detailed illustrations. It is truly a book about the joy of holidays with family, with the extra, added anticipation that surrounds the arrival of a new sibling.