Stirling Crebbs has been a freelance artist for over 25 years. She has illustrated numerous books, created mosaic walls, educational posters, t-shirts and much more, as well as designing greeting cards for Recycled Paper Greetings since 1997.

Stirling also teaches Pilates full-time and has been for the past 9 years.

She was thrilled to have the opportunity to get back to her art and illustrate for The Come Walk With Me Series.  When she’s not teaching or illustrating she loves spending time with her two grandchildren Asher and Hadley.

Bruce Wolpa heads Watermark Resources LLC, a national printing and manufacturing company based in Tucson, Arizona.  I met Bruce through Marielena in 2015 and since, we have collaborated to create a literary work that cemented a friendship for life. 

I found Bruce invaluable in my adventure to be a published author, acting as my personal consultant on each book. His feedback, tireless advice and talented staff ensured a remarkable outcome, better than I ever anticipated!

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Books 1 & 2 - Illustrated by connor


Connor Furr is a Tucson-based artist and a second generation Tucsonan, who has been surrounded by the desert since childhood. Connor was academically trained in Printmaking at the University of Arizona.

Using watercolor and ink allowed Connor the freedom and palette to recreate the desert as Aundi viewed and experienced it.

This is his first book illustration and he is looking forward to working on the upcoming books in the Come Walk With Me Series.


Books 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7 - Illustrated by stirling

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Marielena McKay has been with the Come Walk With Me Series since its inception and provides support where needed with those non-glamorous behind the scenes tasks.

Whilst new to Arizona, Marielena discovered Sahuaro Boots, a unique southwestern occurrence, and what she was able to do with them provided me with inspiration for books 1 and 2, both based in Arizona.  Find out more about what Marielena does with these boots not made for walkin' at Quintessentially Wood! ​Click on the following link: