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1. Doodles


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2. New York, New Work!





It's official. I just moved to Brooklyn, NY and set up my new art studio. Here are some pics of the studio, and my first sketches for my new book with Roaring Brook Press. I'm working with the amazing Connie Hsu. Her enthusiasm is infectious. and I'm utterly delighted to be working with her. 



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3. Pura Belpré Honor and American Library Association

My first American Library Association conference and the beautiful ceremony for the Pura Belpré was amazing  (and a little overwhelming). Here are pictures, and a little bit from my acceptance Speech.




"To conclude, I just want to thank everyone that has made this possible.

First, I’d like to thank the Committee for the Honor. A special thank you to Armando and everyone in Redwood City for their support. Next, I’d like to thank Kate Farrell, my editor, for her input and collaboration on the book. Kate’s invaluable input added that extra magic and joy to the book. I’d also like to thank Patrick Collins for meeting with me when I was a green and unknown illustrator. And of course, I’d also like to thank you everyone at Henry Holt who helped with the book.

I’d also like to thank my agent Linda Pratt for seeing the potential in me and for all her help over the years.

Lastly, my friends for their support, my students who allow, me test my material on them, and finally my family especially my mom who is here today. Thank you. "

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4. Knit Together Proofs!


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5. Knit Together Packages

With some outside assistance, I've been working on packets to mail out promoting Knit Together (Dial January 2015). 




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6. Sonia Sotomayor book and other news

Here are a few finishes from the Sonia Sotomayor book I've been working on. Also in other news, I'm going to be attending the American Library Association Conference in just a few weeks to receive the Pura Belpre Honor. In addition, I just signed on to illustrate an adorable new book with Roaring Brook press. Should be fun!






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7. Countdown begins!

A little over six months before my next book baby comes out. (Dial Books January 2015).


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8. Sonia Sotomayor Book


Here are a few thumbnails/sketches for the new Sonia Sotomayor book (Bloomsbury) I'm working on. It's got a super tight turnaround, but I'm having a great deal of fun with the sketches and researching this fascinating woman.

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9. Zoo Sketches

Every semester, I take my character design for Children's Book Class to the Zoo. It's always a fun, relaxing day. Here are a few sketches from that day. 


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10. Spring Presentations

The wonderful people at Redwood Library have put together a poster for the upcoming speaking engagements. I'll also be presenting at Redwood Library on May 4th at 1pm. More details about that soon.

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11. Candlewick and New Project

Here are a few finishes from the Candlewick book I've been working on. I'm just a few weeks away from finishing all the book.

Also I'm about to start a new project with Bloomsbury about Sonia Sotomayor. Should be a busy spring.



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12. Character Design for Children's Books

Snuck another drawing in while I was teaching. 

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13. New

These are recent samples I did for a publisher. Had so much fun working on these!


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14. Character Design Sketches

It's been awhile since I've been able to post sketches from the Character Design Class I teach. Here are a few from the past few weeks.




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15. College of Charleston Magazine

Another illustration for one of my favorite clients, College of Charleston Magazine. Also a sneak peek at the final artwork for the Candlewick book I'm illustrating.

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16. Interviews and First Proofs

Exciting! I just got my first round of proofs for Knit Together (January 2015). Here's a sneak peek.


 Also I was featured in a few interviews. First, in a recent issue of Academy of Art University newspaper. Second a wonderful blog devoted to Children's Books called The Children's Book Review. 
Thanks to Bianca Schulze for the feature and the Academy of Art University for their continued support.



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17. Macmillan and Gallery Show

Macmillan, the publishing house that published Maria Had A Little Llama, just sent out a lovely little email with all their award winners from this year's ALA awards. It's certainly nice to see Maria there with other books that I adore.

Also I'm going to be participating in group show this March at the Sun Gallery with a bunch of Bay Area Children's Book Illustrators. The artist reception will be March 16th from 1pm to 4pm. Should be fun!




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18. Pura Belpré Honor

I'm humbled and delighted to announce that Maria Had A Little Llama won the 2014 Pura Belpré Honor.  I can't wait to receive the award at the Annual American Library Association Meeting in Las Vegas. #alayma


If you want to watch the announcement and other ALA Youth Media Awards. Here's the link. It's announced around minute 40.

http://live.webcastinc.com/ala/2014/live/

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19. Scholastic Book Club

Here is a delightful video for Scholastic Book Club featuring Maria Had A Little Llama.


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20. Sketchbook

I'm a little rusty, but I'm sketching again outside. This is near my first apartment in San Francisco.

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21. Horn Book Magazine and Jewish Contemporary

Good News! Maria Had A Little Llama was featured on Horn Book today.





More exciting news! I'll be doing an art workshop on January 26th at The Jewish Contemporary Museum in San Francisco.  More details and a link below:

Clay Creature Studio
Jan 26
Join local author Angela Dominguez as she tells the tale of a bird named Hugo who overcomes his fear of flight in the lovely book Let’s Go Hugo. Celebrate this story and the stories of Arnold Lobel by creating your own clay creatures in our art studio.

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22. Loro Mango Sketches

I just finished the final sketches for Loro Mango written by Meg Medina (Candlewick 2015). I can't show all of them, but here are a few of my favorites.


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23. Distinguished Alumni Award

I picked it up today after last week's lovely ceremony. Still in shock and feeling very grateful.
The school also produced a lovely little video of me and what I do. Here is a clip:


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24. Knit Together

Here is one of the final illustrations from Knit Together (Dial 2015). This story has been a labor of love for the past few years. It is actually the very first story I ever wrote. It began in 2010 as a poorly written rhyme with no narrative (and rejected a few times) to something that I'm very proud. I couldn't have done it without my wonderful team at Dial and my agent.


You'll see a few more on website by the end of the year. In other news, I'll be headed to New York for a few meetings with publishers next week. It'll be great to see some old friends and get some extra inspiration. 

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25. 826 Valencia Winter Mailer and Starred Review

Here is the completed Mailer for 826 Valencia's Winter Mailer.


 

Also great news! Santiago Stays received a starred review from Horn Book Magazine! 

Lastly, I participated at Small Business Day at Petunia's Place in Fresno, CA. My mom joined in reading Maria Had A Little Llama in Spanish to the eager kids. 

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