Tell Me a Patch -This picture book reveals the raucous nature of a library and a timid little pillow who is co mforted by a storytelling chair. Patrons of all ages of the Hemphill Library in Greensboro, NC collaboratively wrote and illustrated the tale. This 2006 project had support from the Greensboro Public Library.
What Can a Small Bird Be? – A tiny bird’s life gets bigger when he discovers important virtues like courage and perseverance. A partnership between the North Carolina Department of Instruction and North Carolina Museum of Art, this book was written by eight teams of teenagers across the state of North Carolina in 2011.
Transplanting Traditions – The Karen Youth Art Group wrote, illustrated, and photographed this picture book documenting the growth of a garden and a community that finds a home in the United States when the tradition of gardening they embrace takes root. The book was created in Chapel Hill in 2015 with the support of FRANK Gallery.
Planting Hope – A hard-working girl and golden seed unite a contentious garden. This 2016 book was comissioned by PORCH in Chapel Hill and produced in collaboration an ELS class at Smith Middle School and after school students at Rogers Road Community Center, both located in Chapel Hill.