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Written and illustrated by Kathryn Hewitt
Dutton Books 2005

“No Dogs Allowed” at the ice cream shop. “No Dogs Here” at the park. Norman, Ginger, and Rufus figure people have all the fun. But what makes them better than dogs? “It’s the clothes,” says Ginger. So the three dogs put on their owners’ clothes, and disguised as people they find out how much fun it is going out on the town.

Bruce Robertson illustrated by Kathryn Hewitt
J. Paul Getty Trust Publications 1999

It is Paris in the 1400's. A young girl named Marguerite assists her father in his craft: illuminating manuscripts for the nobility of France. Books were scarce and highly treasured in medieval Europe and were created using organic materials: sheepskin, minerals, dried plants, goose feathers, eggs, and gold leaf. The art and craft of creating a book by hand is cleverly explored in this story that "imparts a wealth of information on 15th century book illumination."--Publishers Weekly

Eve Bunting illustrated by Kathryn Hewitt
Harcourt 1996

Sunflower seeds sewn in a circle--and watered, weeded, and watched--eventually grow into a beautiful sunflower house with lots of room inside for three friends and their imaginations. When summer's over and the sunflowers fall, the friends save seeds to plant next spring. "Primary and preschool teachers will find this a colorful, child-appealing addition to units on plants." Booklist

Eve Bunting illustrated by Kathryn Hewitt
Harcourt 1994

"An urban African-American girl and her father buy plants, potting soil, and a window box at the supermarket, ride the bus to their apartment, and put together a colorful gift for the child's mother. Rhyming verse carries the brief story, while wonderful, warm, full-color illustrations present scenes from novel angles, and depict a loving family with a sense of intimacy, sincerity, and joy." School Library Journal

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