Animal-Friendly Collaborations (With Extraordinary People)
Patrick's Caldecott Honor-winning children's book — which was also adapted for the stage — tells the story of young Jane Goodall as she discovers a love for animals and nature. Explore photos, the story behind the making of the book, and more.
With text by His Holiness The Dalai Lama and illustrations by Patrick, Heart to Heart offers a compelling message about the future of our planet. This timely gem of a book shares a simple but profound message for healing our relationship with the planet and each other.
The book Guardians of Being joins original words by spiritual teacher Eckhart Tolle with delightful illustrations by Patrick. This uniquely heartwarming book teaches us about finding inner peace by living in the now.
This critically acclaimed story — available in hardcover or as a board book for young readers — was adapted as a play for the Kennedy Center, and even inspired The Gift of Nothing Day, an occasion celebrating the gift of time and friendship.
On November 1, 1998, Patrick published the very first MUTTS Shelter Stories comic strip, and the series continues to run twice each year to this day. See how Patrick and MUTTS advocate for shelter animals and the people who care for them.
The book Darling, I Love You, a collaboration from Patrick and internationally acclaimed poet Daniel Ladinsky, celebrates the animal-human bond. It features selections from Daniel’s thousands of original, unique haiku, alongside drawings of Patrick’s beloved MUTTS characters.