Marsha Diane Arnold's New Site
Called a “born storyteller” by the media, Marsha Diane Arnold’s picture books have sold over one million copies and been called, “whimsical,” “inspiring,” and “uplifting.” Her books have garnered such honors as Best First Book by a New Author (Heart of a Tiger), Smithsonian Notable (The Pumpkin Runner), Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library (Roar of a Snore), and state Children’s Choice awards. Recent books include May I Come In? and Lost. Found., a Junior Library Guild book illustrated by Caldecott winner Matthew Cordell, which received three starred reviews. Her bilingual Galápagos Girl was published in September 2018.