Yes. To download any of these, just right-click your mouse and select "Save Link As..." or "Save Image As..."
There are many approaches that schools may take to getting author visits funded, such as applying for grants and cooperating with local service organizations. The Cooperative Children's Book Center's article "Tips on Hosting an Author/Illustrator Visit" offers lots of great suggestions.
Austin's BookPeople often has signed copies in stock and available for shipping.
The books I've got coming out starting later in 2016 include:
Illustrator Tom Lichtenheld and I won't be making any more of these, but we hope our readers are inspired to create their own stories continuing -- or inspired by -- the competition between Shark and Train.
For further research, you might want to track down some of the sources mentioned in my Author's Note. You should also explore the "Other Links" section on the page on this site for The Day-Glo Brothers.
I can't do that, but I can help you find someone who can. The Society for Children's Book Writers and Illustrators provides a listing of regional chapters, many of which coordinate critique groups for their local members.
From my own experiences learning the ropes of writing for children and young adults, I can say that some terrific resources for you would be:
I often do, but typically only for organizations that I'm already personally affiliated with. If you think that your organization is one of these, you're welcome to contact me.
Please direct all rights queries to my agent:
Erin Murphy Literary Agency
824 Roosevelt Trail #290
Windham, ME 04062
The wonderful Sarah Rehm -- I highly recommend her.