I See Spring

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Capstone Classroom, Aug 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
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Illustrations and easy-to-read, rhyming text show what makes spring special, from raindrops and robins to bluebells and butterflies.

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Charles Ghigna (also known as Father GooseŽ)nbsp;lives in a treehouse in Alabama. He is the author of morenbsp;than 100 award-winning books for children and adultsnbsp;fromnbsp;Random House,nbsp;Capstone,nbsp;Disney, Hyperion, Scholastic, Simon & Schuster, Abrams, Charlesbridgenbsp;and other publishers. His poems appear in hundreds of magazines fromnbsp;The New Yorkernbsp;andnbsp;Harper'snbsp;tonbsp;Cricketnbsp;andnbsp;Highlights. He is a former poetry editor of thenbsp;English Journalnbsp;and nationally syndicated feature writer for Tribune Media Services.nbsp;

Ag Jatkowska has been drawing and playing with color ever since she can remember. She loved to create as a child and dreamed of being an artist from a very young age. Ag now lives in Bath and works as a full-time illustrator and she has been dealing with illustration, graphic design, greeting cards, stationery and photography. Ag graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk (Poland) with a MA in Graphic Design and Illustration.She really enjoys illustrating children and animal characters, creating their personalities visually, and making them come alive on the page. She has produced illustrations for various publishers.In her spare time she loves to discover new places, spending time with her husband and her little son, she loves children books, film, yoga and chocolate.More of her work can be seen via her blog: www.agjatkowska.blogspot.com and her website: www.agnieszkajatkowska.com

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