Spotting clues, from pink nail polish to cookie crumbs, Charlie and his pal Lewis are determined to get Watson to the groomers for his shampoo and haircut. Can they race against the clock and find him with enough time to make it on time?
I was happy to learn last week that one of my favorite P.J. books, P.J. Funnybunny’s Bag of Tricks, is going into another printing!
The weather was warm and sunny, bringing many book lovers out to meet their favorite authors, shop for holiday gifts and enjoy the general good vibrations created by this eclectic bunch of affable, generous and inspiring writers and illustrators.
Lovable, circular Charlie Piechart is back with a new mystery, this time one designed to teach us about shapes.
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Amazon named Marilyn Sadler’s and Eric Comstock’s Charlie Piechart a Best Book of the Month for Ages 6-8.
What a wonderful way to begin my day with the New York Times review of the first of seven Charlie Piechart books, just in time for its arrival in bookstores on September 1, 2015.
I have to thank my dear friend, John Wojnar, for inviting me to Binghamton, NY this summer for a book signing with Barnes and Noble.
Pizza night brings a mystery, and plenty of math, to the Piechart household. Charlie's family of five is joined by his friend Lewis, which means that if they order a large pizza, each of them will get two slices. But can they agree on toppings?
Alice From Dallas by Marilyn Sadler and Ard Hoyt has been selected as a Finalist in the Western Writers of America 2015 Spur Awards in the Best Western Storyteller - Illustrated Children's book category.