1. Fetch!
Sally is a sweet black lab from Vermont with a yen for adventure and a very wet nose.
She’s the protagonist of an award-winning series of children’s books created by artist and author Stephen Huneck. Sadly, Huneck passed away recently, leaving behind Sally and her literary legacy.
In a tribute to Huneck and his vision, his family — and Sally’s — are creating a new series of e-books to continue the plucky pup’s educational adventures. The next installment will find Sally journeying to New York City, and the project’s creators are looking to Kickstarter backers for collaboration and inspiration.
Help design Sally’s itinerary and give her a pet — Sally Discovers New York is our Project of the Day.

    Fetch!

    Sally is a sweet black lab from Vermont with a yen for adventure and a very wet nose.

    She’s the protagonist of an award-winning series of children’s books created by artist and author Stephen Huneck. Sadly, Huneck passed away recently, leaving behind Sally and her literary legacy.

    In a tribute to Huneck and his vision, his family — and Sally’s — are creating a new series of e-books to continue the plucky pup’s educational adventures. The next installment will find Sally journeying to New York City, and the project’s creators are looking to Kickstarter backers for collaboration and inspiration.

    Help design Sally’s itinerary and give her a pet — Sally Discovers New York is our Project of the Day.

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  2. Confident critters.

    Nathan Catlin wrote the children’s book Animals With Insecurities for a friend who was good at cheering him up.

    Each page is dedicated to a particular animal and a relatable insecurity they might have about themselves — big ears, furry bodies, large eyes — and why these unusual traits are actually quite useful. The low-key confidence boosters and clever, paper-based illustrations could perk up even the saddest panda.

  3. Play with your food.

    Clarence and the Spoon serves up a magical tale of mayhem, manners — and a whole lot of soup.

    Each richly illustrated page offers a peek into the imagination of its namesake character, while asking the important question: “Why use a spoon when your hands work just as well?”

    Author Jeff Nitzberg says it’s exactly what he would have wanted to read as a weird little kid himself. Our quirky inner child couldn’t agree more: This strange charmer is our Project of the Day.