Featured books by Megan Lloyd

Finding Wild

By: Megan Lloyd
Illustrated by: Abigail Halpin
Age Level: 3-6
Reading Level: Beginning Reader

What is wild? Can it be found only outside of the city or does the city hold a bit of natural wild?  Lush illustrations and suggestive language raise questions about what wild really is and where it can be found. 

Books illustrated by Megan Lloyd

The Gingerbread Man

By: Eric Kimmel
Illustrated by: Megan Lloyd
Age Level: 0-3
Reading Level: Beginning Reader
Genre: Fiction, Fairy Tales and Folk Tales

Run, run, run just as fast as you can! You can’t catch me, I'm the Gingerbread Man! After escaping the kitchen, the Gingerbread Man taunts a number of animals until he is eaten by a wily fox. But don’t worry about this Gingerbread Man, he'll come back when you make your own gingerbread cookies!

The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything

By: Linda Williams
Illustrated by: Megan Lloyd
Age Level: 3-6
Reading Level: Beginning Reader
Genre: Fiction, Fairy Tales and Folk Tales

On her way home one windy autumn night, a fearless old lady notices a pair of shoes following her (clomp clomp!). Then she sees and hears the pants, shirt, and the rest of the outfit, but she’s not afraid — that is until she sees a large pumpkin head! And run she does to the safety of her own home. This engaging story, based in traditional literature, is illustrated with crisp, humorous illustrations and encourages listener participation.

Too Many Pumpkins

By: Linda White
Illustrated by: Megan Lloyd
Age Level: 6-9
Reading Level: Independent Reader
Genre: Fiction

While growing up, Rebecca Estelle ate so much pumpkin in so many ways she grew to hate them. When she buried the pumpkin that accidentally fell into her yard to be rid of it, the humorous results benefited the entire community in many ways. Lighthearted illustrations add comic detail.

Too Many Turkeys

By: Linda White
Illustrated by: Megan Lloyd
Age Level: 6-9
Reading Level: Independent Reader
Genre: Fiction

Fred and Belle take in a small turkey, naming him Buford. Thanks to Buford's insect eating (and his droppings), Belle's garden is the best around; that is, until wild turkeys join him on the small farm. Fred's creativity humorously resolves the problem — maybe.

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