"Developmentally, a big step for any child is being able to sympathize with another person’s viewpoint: in other words, walk in someone else’s shoes. The imaginary journey of How Would It Feel? helps the child reach this important developmental stage and have lots of fun at the same time."
– Muninn, Family Literacy with Fantasy Fiction, Feb 2006
"The artwork and the poems work together to create an unusual world for children, a world that is full of adventure and positive pathways."
– Lee Prosser, Ghostvillage.com, March 9, 2006
"The vivid illustrations in this children's book are gorgeous! How Would It Feel? takes children on a journey of fantastic proportions, inviting them to imagine a playful interaction with the natural world."
– Quest Bookshop, Feb 2006
"How Would It Feel? is all about finding wonder in nature, and kids will love this call to interact with their surroundings from a fresh perspective. Parents, on the other hand, will love the way the book brings them back to that special time, when everything looked so new, and all seemed possible…even swinging from the arms of a shining star in the sky."
– Marie D. Jones, curled up with a good kid's book.com, June 2006
". . . the illustrations are sure to catch your eye and grab your heart."
– Pagan Reviews, Spring '06
"Whimsical and fun, yet comforting and calm, this book will become a bedtime favorite, and a springboard for creative play and artistic expression. Highly recommended for children 4 to 6."
– Lyda Whiting, Awareness, July-Aug 2006
"How Would It Feel? is a fantastical adventure in nature. The readers are transported on the breeze, fall with the rain, shake hands with lightning, swing with the stars, and play tag with the sun. It's such whimsical fun. . . . The illustrations are bright and playful, further adding to the experience."
– Dr. Tami Brady, TCM Reviews, Nov 2007