Have  you read any of M M Socks‘ poetry?  If not, you SHOULD!  So fun.  So clever.  And every single time I read one of his poems, I want to draw!  Because I can just see myself, sitting down and reading them to my children and colorful pictures just add to the experience.


When I read Run, Kelton. Run!  I knew I wanted to illustrate it.  At least 4 or 5 drawings are needed.  Here is drawing number one.


Did you know Kelton was not human?  Nevertheless, he deals with the problem that many human youngsters face.  He didn’t get out of bed fast enough this  morning.  And now he is frantic…