Four book covers

The covers of my books. These are all available to read or buy at my studio, or at any bookseller.



Why make books?

The text for Rabbit Language or "Are you going to eat that?" was on an early website, "Webhippie". I had so many requests to publish it, that I decided to learn how, and just do it. I had to buy ten ISBN numbers, so the rest is history.

All books can be ordered from any bookseller, purchased directly from me via email or at my studio events.
Feel free to stop by and read the books.

Laugh About It: Cartoons for the Resistance

Link to a video showing the book HERE.

A fat collection of black and white political cartoons based on the news. Originally created with the help of activist/lawyer Kat Hatz, these were posted weekly on social media. The book was released in September 2019. Here's the AMAZON LINK

Follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or view cartoons chronologically at the Laugh About It website

Ladybird: My Eight Lives

Released in June 2016, it's a tale about a typical rabbit who moves from home to home and eventually winds up as an artist model. It's a hare-raising story, inspired by a true story, written in rhyme. Softcover, 88 pages with 80 color illustrations created in charcoal, ink wash, and iPad Pro, for children 5 to 12, $18.99, Howell Park Press.

If you run a rabbit shelter, I'd love to get you books at a low price. Please contact me.


I illustrated Dumbunny, by Mary Ann Wolf, available in bookstores, on Amazon and released it for Kindle. It's an enchanting story starring the only backwards bunny you are ever likely to meet. This Easter story is especially good for children who feel different in some way. Hardcover, 50 pages with 50 color illustrations created in charcoal, ink wash, and Photoshop, for children 3 to 12, $27, Howell Park Press.

Rabbit Language or 'Are you going to eat that?'

The original humorous guide to understanding a pet rabbit, published in 2004. It's the perfect gift for rabbit lovers or anyone who love animals. In the early days of the internet, I used to answer several emails a day from rabbit owners seeking information. At the time, there was not a lot of information or entertainment about rabbits. The book now has many imitators. Get it at Apple's iTunes store for iPad3, bookstores or on Amazon. Look for the second edition (the list price is better). Softcover, 64 pages, fully-illustrated in pen and ink, $16.99, Howell Park Press.


"Dumbunny" and "Rabbit Language" are available for download for Apple iPad users. Dumbunny is available on Amazon Kindle. Click on the links below: