Books by Jason Stemple

BUG OFF! by Jane Yolen
Released: April 1, 2012

"A bug-themed companion to their previous collaborations. (Poetry. 5-10)"
Mother and son collaborate once more (Birds of a Feather, 2011, etc.), creating a group of poems and photographs that celebrate some well-known creepy crawlies.  Read full book review >
BIRDS OF A FEATHER by Jane Yolen
ANIMALS
Released: April 1, 2011

Striking photographs of birds that might be seen in the eastern United States illustrate this new collection of 14 poems in varied forms. Read full book review >

AN EGRET’S DAY by Jane Yolen
POETRY
Released: Jan. 15, 2010

Poetry and short informative paragraphs combine to celebrate both the elegance and the natural history of the American egret. Read full book review >

A MIRROR TO NATURE by Jane Yolen
POETRY
Released: April 1, 2009

The title of this volume comes from Hamlet's instructions to the players that the "purpose of playing" is to mirror nature. Read full book review >

SHAPE ME A RHYME by Jane Yolen
POETRY
Released: Sept. 1, 2007

Indefatigable author Yolen and her photographer son make another foray in an extremely engaging series. Read full book review >

COUNT ME A RHYME by Jane Yolen
NUMBERS AND COUNTING
Released: Feb. 15, 2006

Mother-and-son team Yolen and Stemple follow up Color Me a Rhyme (2000) with this engaging counting book. Read full book review >

LEAST THINGS by Jane Yolen
NATURE
Released: Sept. 1, 2003

Poetry and natural history mingle in this mother/son collaboration, as it has in its six predecessors. Read full book review >

WILD WINGS by Jane Yolen
POETRY
Released: April 1, 2001

In their fifth mother-son collaboration (Color Me a Rhyme, 2000, etc.), Stemple's bird photos spark 14 poems from the prolific Yolen, with added captions for all but the final pairing folding in snippets of natural history. Read full book review >

COLOR ME A RHYME by Jane Yolen
Released: Oct. 1, 2000

The ubiquitous Yolen (Sherwood, p. 806, etc.) has previously collaborated with Stemple on three books of nature poems illustrated with photographs. Read full book review >