My first book, Ned Visits New York is a wonderful children's guide to NYC. The map and checklist in the back of
the book are a great way for a child to learn where all the sites of New York are located. As of March 2018 the book has gone into fifth printing with over 16,000 copies sold.
My second book, Ned & Meece-Wheels of New York is a word and picture book featuring six languages:
English Spanish, French German, Italian, & Japanese, all in one book.
My third book, Meece for Mayor of New York City, has some great colorful illustrations! I have included over 150 characters in this book with Ned & Meece. Mayors from all across the country are giving the book amazing reviews at: www.MeeceForMayor.com
My fourth book, New York City - A to Z won best children's book at the New York Book Festival in 2015. It is a fun and educational book about New York City that teaches children the alphabet in a fun New York style. I have to say the writing and illustrations for this book are some of my best work!
My newest book, The New York Cow Pow Wow is about dairy cows that go on a milk strike. It becomes a world crises; no cheese pizza, chocolate milk or milk mustaches! The dairy cows unite as one at the first ever Cow Pow Wow in Central Park. This educational children's book has a positive message for all ages:
SPEAK UP AND BE HEARD like the dairy cows in this book.
I hope you enjoy the new updated Kip Kids of New York Website! Be sure and checkout my other website: www.MeeceForMayor.com
Kip Kids is a line of clothing for children and infants. I have a myriad of styles and options. I have beautiful, boldly colored long sleeve and short sleeve shirts. All the shirts have my bright, child-like artwork silk-screened on the front. Silk-screened long sleeve and short sleeve rompers are also brightly colored. All clothing is 100% cotton, designed and printed in New York.
It seems that the children's market is inundated with cute clothing for girls, but not as much attention is paid to the unique styling for boys. Though, Kip Kids clothing is not exclusively aimed at one gender, many of our images relate to primarily boyish themes: Fire Truck, Bulldozer, etc..However, I truly believe I have created clothing that all kids (and their parents) will enjoy!
The newest additions to the Kip Kids family are my children's books:
I first began hand painting my designs on children's clothing from my apartment 27 years ago.Hand painting quickly turned into silk-screening and embroidery.
During this time my clothing has been sold to stores all across the country. The designs have appeared in Parent Magazine, Kids Fashion, Glamour, and the cover of TV GUIDE to name a few.