Shevi has written several picture-book manuscripts that explain different concepts---from alphabetizing to how to use a computer---in a fun, easy-to-understand way.

While there are many alphabet books for very young children, she has yet to find one like this that explains how things are put in alphabetical order, a skill children learn in first or second grade.

On a similar line, Shevi has written a book called WORD TOWN, which visually illustrates the parts of speech, making it easier for visual learners to grasp them. In Word Town, there are articles (a, an, the) in the newspaper. Things can be purchased in the Noun Mall. The art in the Adjective Art Museum is beautiful, daring, dark, and so on. In the Adverb Concert Hall, the orchestra plays softly, loudly, sweetly. In the Verb Sports Center, people are running, jumping, tumbling. And the Proper Noun family, which lives on Proper Noun Street, is quite proper indeed.  

This video shows two pages from the picture-book dummy and three color illustrations for Alphabetical Disorder.