Books by Glo Coalson

THE MOON’S LULLABY by Josephine Nobisso
Released: Oct. 1, 2001

"While it won't quite replace Susan Bonners's Just in Passing, now out of print, children will delight in traveling with the moon as they too fall under her spell. (Picture book. 2-5)"
As the moon follows its orbit in the sky, it sees the first yawn of the night "with a baby's tiny mouth wrapped around it." Read full book review >
Released: April 13, 1998

"But those young enough to appreciate the lesson may find it more sublimely served in Rosemary Wells's dear Edward the Unready tales (Edward's Overwhelming Overnight, 1995). (Picture book. 3-7)"
Thudding and thunking with the weight of a lesson to be learned, this homily in picture-book form will work best with those who like encouragement straight up. Read full book review >
HI! by Ann Herbert Scott
by Ann Herbert Scott, illustrated by Glo Coalson
Released: May 12, 1994

"Coalson's soft, bright watercolor illustrations depict an appealingly doe-eyed tot and a realistically motley mixture of other folks at the P.O. Try this for the toddler group. (Picture book. 2-6)"
Standing in line at the post office, little Margarita greets each new patron with a cheery ``Hi!''; but when she gets nary a nod in return her assurance begins to diminish. Read full book review >