Books I have illustrated

Introducing a quiet, sometimes-playful, always meditative way to engage with God through color, creativity, and prayer. At Play in God’s Creation creates a meditative journey for the word-weary that celebrates the creativity within. This remarkable book integrates evocative, searching drawings with brief prompts and spiritual intentions. Color-ers and spiritual seekers are taken on a journey through dark, arched passageways and spacious open fields. They will fill the paths with their own designs, or follow the way of the One who went before. This imaginative, spiritually rich addition to the growing genre of coloring books for adults encourages color and contemplation, allowing a safe and comfortable place for anyone to find their way in prayer and silence. Many will spend hours filling in the pages with their own vivid imaginings, meeting God even as He slips between stained glass and sycamores.

Meet the Plants

Illustrated for the Penn State Cooperative Extension. The only way to get this book is to be in 4-H!

This project will show you many fun and interesting ways to learn about plants.
You will find out what plants are, how they grow, and how they are used.

Winner of the Silver award in illustration from the Colorado Independent Publishers Association

T is for T.rex: Some of God’s Most Amazing Creatures from A to Z is a beautifully illustrated children’s book designed to help kids learn about dinosaurs in a fresh, fun and informative way.

Containing funny rhymes, humorous illustrations and fasinating facts, T is for T.rex will both entertain and inform young minds about some of the strangest and most fantastic animals to ever walk (fly over or swim upon) the earth, like Tyrannosaurus rex and other dinosaurs, flying and marine reptiles, giant, Ice Age mammals and more! Written from a young-earth creation science perspective, it stresses the importance of God’s Word, the Bible, in interpreting the fossil evidence for these amazing creatures, as well as in explaining their behavior. It also points to Noah’s Flood as the key to understanding earth’s geology and the fossil record.

Generally aimed at children between the ages of 5 and 12, adults will also enjoy reading T is for T.rex to their kids—and are likely to learn some new facts about many of the most popular and not-so-popular dinosaurs and other fantastic animals from the fossil record it features. In a very real sense, T is for T.rex could be called a children’s book about dinosaurs for adults!

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