“As they provide a lovely bit of backstory for Corduroy fans, the creators of Corduroy Lost and Found again show their prowess at recreating Freeman’s inviting narrative and scratchboard art.”
Publisher’s Weekly

 

 

“Ever since I was a child this book has been one of my favorites. There’s something special about a story about a little teddy bear. Even to this day I tear up a little every time I read it. Corduroy finds himself lost as he searches for the perfect birthday present for Lisa. The story draws you deeper into his journey with every page. The illustrations add to the story because of how much they pop off the page.”
–Kaitlyn A. (Source: Goodreads)

 

                                   

Works by: Don Freeman

Artwork Contributor: Jody Wheeler

“A watercolor illustration in twilight shades shows the previous skeptics converted, as grasshoppers and frogs gather to watch the praying mantis who is now a playing mantis, using a bluebird’s feather as a bow on his homemade cello. The audience members contribute their own music to create a “glorious insect symphony.” Freeman’s wispy, occasionally unfinished-looking art ably animates this breezily written story with an upbeat ending.”
–Publisher’s Weekly

“Loose, humorous chalk and watercolor spots help turn this beginning reader into a page-turner.” —Publishers Weekly

                          

Author: Andrew Sharmat & Marjorie Weinman Sharmat

Illustrator: Jody Wheeler

 

    

   

                              

Author: Ludwig Bemelmans

Illustrator: Jody Wheeler

 

                                  

Author: Rosemary Wells

Illustrator: Jody Wheeler

 

Author: Jancie N. Harrington

Illustrator: Jody Wheeler

(Based on the characters by Jack Ezra Keats)

Created illustrations of Olivia the Pig based on character created by: Ian Falconer

 

             

Author: James Sherman

Illustrator: Jody Wheeler

 

Golden Books: Moon Dreamers

Illustrator: Jody Wheeler

 

                    

Campbells

Illustrator: Jody Wheeler