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Two witches bake up big trouble for their neighborhood!
“Palmer’s ink, watercolor, and Photoshop illustrations are full of humorous details that require numerous rereads to catch them all. Pair with a pie for one mean—er, make that nice—storytime.” —Kirkus
“It’s a cheerfully offbeat story of common ground—and uncommonly good pizza—bringing diverse neighbors together.” – Publishers Weekly
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Note From Author
Hi, all! I’m a New York/ New Jersey girl living in Burbank, California with my husband and 3 kids. I’ve worked professionally as a production designer for 14 years, most notably as a senior designer and sculptor at the Macy’s Parade Studio from 1999 to 2011.
I met my husband while prop building and art directing on the preschool TV show Blues Clues, and I still have a soft spot for shows that spark kids’ imaginations and get them excited to learn. (That said, I can also identify all four Ninja Turtles by their weaponry because sometimes media is just fun so everybody be cool.)
I’m an active member of SCBWI, a winner of the “Professional’s Choice” at the SCBWILA Illustrator’s day in 2015 , and a graduate of the illustration department at RISD (’98).
My picture book “The Wompananny Witches Make One Mean Pizza” was published by ABRAMS Children’s in the fall of 2017.