I illustrated the cover for Carnegie Mellon University’s Computer Science Alumni magazine called The Link. The story was about how computer science students aren’t just learning to code anymore; they also need to be part of the “maker” culture and build their own prototypes.
I called this one Frankenbot.
I’ve written and illustrated a book called Twisted: Tales to Rot Your Brain Vol 1.
The book has gotten some great reviews (Publishers Weekly, Midwest Book Review and Kirkus Reviews), and Kirkus Reviews made it their Indie Spotlight Q&A! It even went and won itself a couple Purple Dragonfly Book Awards! Read all about it here.
I’ve posted some images, sketches and information about our book Yikes! Wow! Yuck! Fun Experiments for Your First Science Fair, in its very own section of the site.
Written by: Elizabeth Snoke Harris
Illustrated by: Nora Thompson
Reading level: Ages 9-12
Hardcover: 112 pages
Publisher: Lark Books (January 1, 2008)
Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 8.4 x 0.5 inches
Kids are participating in science fairs earlier than ever—and what better way to get them started than with this exciting new guide designed especially for younger children? It’s part of Lark’s successful Science Fair program, and it makes fairs fun, accessible, and educational for early primary grade students.
In addition to a super “Official All You Need to Know to Do a Great Science Fair Project” section, this fully-illustrated collection features 25 curriculum-appropriate activities to choose from, plus guidance on how to perform experiments, analyze the data, and draw conclusions. And kids will love the projects, which include preserving jack-o-lanterns, studying the domino effect, making fruit and vegetable dyes, spinning eggs, and doing some rubber-band bungee.