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1. Jaime Zollars

Baltimore Illustrator Jaime Zollars is one of my favorites. Even after lots of time has passed, I will find myself reminded of Jaime's work for whatever reason and I'll Google her name to see what she's been up to. This year, it looks like Jaime redesigned her web site. She's got a LOT of work up, in the many genres she works in, all neatly organized and thoughtfully categorized. In fact, you'd never know what an art treasure trove lies under the surface of the site, judging by the simple, clean design. The Gallery, Print and Fun pages each have several subsections detailing specific genres and/or projects (and of course children's books is in there!). She's also got a tour of her Baltimore studio (what person, artist or not, doesn't enjoy peeking into another artists' studio?) There is a blog too which is part of the overall new site. I'd be remiss if I did not mention her old blog as well, which is off-the-grid now, but it's findable by Googling. Check out some of her other assignment work here --much of it for children's market. Look, I'm not even mentioning all of the goodies she has for you. Check out her site for yourself. It's full of goodies... speacking of goodies, she also has a shop-- so check that out, too. :D

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2. We had a fantastic time at the Cloudy Collection show at...









We had a fantastic time at the Cloudy Collection show at Minneapolis’s Pink Hobo Gallery, and the rest of the weekend at MIX was so much fun!

But like the fun weekend, all good things must end. So instead of moping, we’re excited to release our celebration of the endtimes in our 2012 Calendar of the Impending Apocalypse. Each month was made by a different artist - January through December were made by Phil McAndrew, Jaime Zollars, Ana Benaroya, Joe Alterio, Adam Koford, Vincent Stall, Joe Lambert, David Huyck, Kali Ciesemier, Luke Pearson, Emory Allen, and Amy Crehore, repectively. Check them out!

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3. Warrior


By day shines the sun;

by night, the moon;

in armor, the warrior;

in jhana, the Brahmin.

But all day and all night,

every day and every night,

the Awakened One

shines in splendor.


Dhammapada, 26


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4. Breaking the Silence of Sexual Abuse: Not in Room 204

Not in Room 204Author: Shannon Riggs
Illustrator: Jaime Zollars
Published: 2007 Albert Whitman & Co. (on JOMB)
ISBN: 0807557641 Chapters.ca Amazon.com

Classroom shenanigans, expressive illustrations and the delicate weaving of carefully chosen details make this important story a haunting yet hopeful nudge toward breaking the silence of sexual abuse.

Shannon Rigg has supplied the following resources to help start making noise about sexual abuse:


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