Portfolio of Work
Lin's work is available on Amazon, Lin Quinn's Marketplace and/or various gift shops located in Schoharie County, NY.
Author / Illustrator
The Best Mud Pie
Lin's first publication was through Scholastic in 2001 as part of the Rookie Reader series. The Best Mud Pie is still available for purchase and is used in common core curriculums around the country.
1 Silly Duck in the Schoharie Valley
Lin's Polly Holler Gang are featured in the third of the three indie books situated in Schoharie County, NY. Utilizing a digital medium, Lin illustrates her charming characters on top of her own beautiful photographs of local attractions creating a unique travel guide for both children and parents.
1 Silly Cow in the Schoharie Valley
Lin's Polly Holler Gang are featured in the first of the three indie books situated in Schoharie County, NY. Utilizing a digital medium, Lin illustrates her charming characters on top of colorful photographs in this fun counting book for young children.
Alphabet Soup Activity Book
Lin's Polly Holler Gang are featured in this fun activity / coloring book. Phonics, geometry, fine motor and communication skills are interlaced with coloring, targeted questions and open ended questions creating a wonderful way to spend time with a young child while also practicing essential skills.
Polly Holler Gang Coloring Pages
Lin's Polly Holler Gang are featured in this collection of coloring pages. Single sided on heavy paper allows for group activities as well as markers, pasting and cutting.
Emma's Adventures Paper Dolls
Emma, brother Caleb and dog Miles are provided with colorful outfits for hours of fun. These paper dolls require scissors building a child's fine motor skills while encouraging imaginative play.
Work in Progress
Lin spent numerous years working as a preschool teacher and enjoys creating activity / coloring pages. This workbook combines the aforementioned as well as some new ideas and activities.
Classic Pooh, E H Shepard
Lin remains a lifelong fan of the artwork by E H Shepard, especially Winnie the Pooh. Creating new images in his style remains a fun challenge for a rainy day.