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It’s Been A Great Year for EPA Illustrators! by Virginia Law Manning
As the year comes to a close, let’s take some time to celebrate our members’ accomplishments! Illustrators, I apologize if I missed your news, and I definitely don’t want to do it again, so please send your future illustrator related … Continue reading
Posted in New Releases, Uncategorized Tagged a boy a mouse and a spider, Alison Green Myers, Ame Dyckman, anica mrose rissi, barbara herkert, Beth Bogert, brian biggs, caveboy is a hit, dwight smith, eric wight, grandmother thorn, Greg Pizzoli, hi pizza man, i love you like a pig, Judy Schachner, julie sega-walters, kate garchinsky, kate howes, lauren castillo, Laurence Pringle, mac barnett, Matt Phelan, my special word, ponder goembel, Read the Book Lemmings, rebecca hahn, sarabella's thinking cap, Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen, the 12 days of christmas, the adventures of caveboy, the quest for z: the true story of explorer percy fawcett and a lost city in the amazon, The Secret Life of the Red Fox, the teacher's pet, this is not a normal animal book, virginia walter, what are you waiting for? scott menchin, Zachariah OHora 4 Comments
Congrats to these Award-Winning EPA Authors/Illustrators!
We’re excited to announce that Becky Birtha’s book, FAR APART, CLOSE AT HEART has been selected as a Kirkus Best Picture Books of 2017 to Give Readers Strength! Congratulations, Becky! We celebrate you, Brian Biggs, Lauren Castillo, Greg Pizzoli, and … Continue reading
Posted in Art Exhibit News, Awards, New Releases, Uncategorized Tagged 12 days of christmas, 2017 picture books, a boy a mouse and a spider, barbara herkert, Becky Birtha, Books to give readers strength, brian biggs, Eastern PA, Far Apart Close At Heart, Greg Pizzoli, i love you like a pig, jane smiley, Judy Schachner, julie segal walters, Kirkus, lauren castillo, mac barnett, Maja Kastelic, original art exhibit, sarabella's thinking cap, SCBWI, Society of Illustrators, the story of e.b. white, this is not a normal animal book, twenty yawns 5 Comments