Carl is always asking questions and reading to find the answers to his questions. His parents are concerned about what he will be when he grows up. On a rainy day, Carl visits the nearby museum. Discovering beautiful wildlife art helps him set a goal for his career path. The reward Carl receives will delight the reader.
“High on a hill just outside Jackson, Wyoming sits a wonderful museum that showcases the premier collection of wildlife art in the United States, the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Lynn Friess wrote Carlto introduce and engage children to the wonders of wildlife art and this amazing facility and resource. A grandmother of ten, this is Lynn’s second children’s book. An avid art collector, she shares this delightful tale with you and her grandchildren.” —http://www.mariposaranchpress.com/
Women’s History Month is a time to honor women who have helped shape the world and inspire us with their leadership and heroism. In this eclectic list of new titles, these remarkable women all have one thing in common: adventurous spirits and the willingness to
Amy Novesky is the author of Elephant Prince;Me, Frida and most recently Georgia in Hawaii. A former editor at Chronicle Books, Novesky brings years of experience to her work as both a children’s book editor and author. She teaches writing workshops to aspiring authors and is co-founder of Ever After Studio, a children’s book production company and the creative director of Paper Hat Press, a company that creates customizable children’s book and keepsakes. She discussed her research on Georgia O’Keeffe (in Hawaii) and Billie Holiday and Imogen Cunningham for her forthcoming books Mister and Lady Day and Imogen.