A. Architect, portrait artist, fine artist, parent
A. Writing and illustrating.
A. The Park School of Buffalo, Skidmore College, and Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture and Planning
A. Benjamin Britten
A. I don't watch much television. I watch the Internet.
A. How about 5: architect, parent, artist, illustrator, author
A. "All's well that ends well."
A. There's no such thing. That's why we write stories.
A. Sasquatch . . . and clowns.
A. In a kayak. On a smooth lake.
A. Beatrix Potter
A. Lisbeth Zwerger
A. So far: bwwaaak and oink
A. Not starting sooner.
A. Banjo playing
A. Ask me on my deathbed.
A. A cat. Oh, those naps!
A. Sense of humor.
A. Dorothy Gale
A. The Wicked Witch of the West
A. Sherlock Holmes. I wouldn't have to say anything.
A. Excessive noise-- of any kind.
A. Banjo player
A. Honesty, loyalty, kindness
A. Chicken wings (just kidding). Real answer-- candy.
A. Can't say. They keep changing.
A. L. Frank Baum, Willa Cather, Pearl S. Buck, Margaret Wise Brown, Roger Duvoisin, A. A. Milne, Drew Daywalt
A. Duck, Death and the Tulip by Wolf ErlbruchMy Antonia by Willa CatherThe Good Earth by Pearl S. BuckWhen the Wind Blew by Margaret Wise BrownThe Oz Books
A. Be brave.