Dave Whamond is an award-winning illustrator and cartoonist whose work has appeared in books, magazines and newspapers. Visit his website at www.davewhamond.com.
Books by Dave Whamond
Josh learns just how much work a puppy can be when he adopts Bagels.
In this early chapterbook, the third in a series about an adopted puppy named Bagels, the Bernsteins hop aboard a cruise and find themselves in the midst of a detective caper.
In this sequel to Bagels Come Home, the Bernstein family heads off on a camping trip to Sasquatch Lake, only to encounter a series of mysterious happenings.
With the help of Justine, Jimmy Blatzo sets out to protect birds from flying into the windows at school and the town hall.
In the sixth installment of the Justine McKeen, Queen of Green series, Justine is faced with the challenge of convincing the Queen of Mean that being environmentally conscious is worthwhile.
In this early chapter book, the seventh installment in the Justine McKeen series, Justine sets out to ban bottled water from her school.
In the fourth book in the Justine McKeen series, Justine comes up with a plan to recycle food from her school cafeteria in order to help her local animal shelter.
In the third book in the Justine McKeen series, Justine leads a group of kids in cleaning up a park located across from the school board's offices as part of a plan to get her school librarian back on the job.
Justine and her friends are all about being green and helping the planet, one fun-filled environmental project at a time.
In this early chapter book, the eighth installment in the Justine McKeen series, Justine works with Principal Proctor to reduce the school’s energy use and save trees in the rainforest.
Justine has plans to start a walking school bus to help create a greener environment at her school, but not everyone trusts her ideas.
Miranda can't seem to get a handle on the mess in her desk, until she finds a magical solution to her problem.
In this partially illustrated early chapter book, a young girl who is fascinated by sharks gets a chance to see one in real life while taking sailing lessons.
A rambunctious boy swallows his pet fish and has to find a way to make it up to his class.
In this illustrated early chapter book, a game of trading playing cards gets out of hand at a grade school with big problems.