Did you know that loons often carry their babies on their backs? I didn’t, until I began working on this painting of a loon for Why Do I Sing? I made a coloring sheet that you can print out and color to have your own picture of a loon. Just click the photo at... Whooo! I am more than a little excited to announce the re-release of Where Do I Sleep? and Why Do I Sing? as board books. The original text has been shortened, and the most appealing of all the animals have been selected for the re-release of these books, which, in my... I LOVE this time of year and all the beautiful leaves on the ground. Here is a wonderful page I found all about making animal crafts from dried leaves. The site is in Russian, but the pictures show it all. Wonderful work, and loads of fun for the kiddos! For even more... One of the animals featured in Why Do I Sing? was the arctic wolf. Thanks to the folks at Supercoloring.com you can color your own wolf. If you’d like a version to print and color, click here. Or if you’d like to color right on the computer, click the... Animals make all kinds of sounds for all kinds of reasons. Why Do I Sing, (Sasquatch Books, 2013) is a book about many of the animal sounds one hears in the Pacific Northwest, but there are many, many more animal sounds to explore! Check out this video by Harmonizing... Why Do I Sing? features several birds, one of which is the spotted owl. Here is a fun owl mask (not a spotted owl, though) to color and wear, created by firstpalette.com. You can download and print the full-sized owl here.