Word of Mouth

            When it comes to MarmooWorks stories parents, children, & educators say what they think.

Muses on the Move

A Kinesthetic Camel

"And the handkerchief flew": After reading and exploring 

the rhythmic beat of When the Camel Sneezed students 

transformed story into dance, during the Summer Reading 

Program at the MLK Memorial Center in Erie, PA. 

As Strong as an Albatross

While reading When the Camel Sneezed the MLK students learned 

how figurative language creates rhythm and sensory imagery that makes stories and poems come alive. As Strong as an Albatross is a book of their original writing and art.

Meet the Pups

At the Pet Supplies Plus Book Signing, a young boy colors 

and talks about Mrs. Mastiff, the pups' teacher in

Sheldon and the Hot-Nosed Husky.


When the Camel Sneezed

Zara shares her chair with all the beasts-final spread

A great story about how to cross that "great divide, rather than making it wider.

-- Joyce Miller, Ph.D

 Keystone Research Corporation

A Hullabaloo of Hippos: A Lollapalooza of Language from A to Z

Expect the unexpected in a most delightful way in A Hullabaloo of Hippos: A Lollapalooza of Language from A to Z.  Surprising ear-candy on every page! 

-- Roberta Barilla, Education Professor Emeritus, Gannon University

Goin' Explorin'

After hearing the story, a 1st grader drew a picture and sent it to the author.

A story filled with excitement and wonder. Funny, yet heartwarming and thought-provoking, promoting a love of nature, close family relationships,

-- Rosemary Omniewski, Ph.D, Early Childhood Education & Children’s Literature, Edinboro University

A Hero at Three

A Hero at Three sings in the ears. Books like this, read again and again by parent and child, guarantee the child will grow into a lover of language and reading.

-- John Taylor, Waldorf Teacher, Western Australia

Christopher Counts The Constellations

From reading to drawing: students transform a parking lot into the night sky, unsing sidewalk chalk.

A huge hit with my two boys! Well written, entertaining, and educational. We need more books like this as teaching tools 

for our young ones. 

-- Chris Bates, Father, Occupational Therapist, Florida