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1. Discovery


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2. Jonah Overboard! by Steven James Petruccio


Illustration for Jonah The Runaway Prophet
Watercolor on Arches paper

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3. Zebra on the Savannah


Trying to outrun climate change. Stephen Aitken 

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4. Ari's Zebra


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5. Boat is waaaaay over there, keep looking....

Pitter and Patter
Every month I look forward to June's inspirational word-of-the-month. July's word is BOAT. I don't really have an illustration of a boat that I care to post so you'll have to use your imagination a little. Imagine that there's a boat on the river but it's out of the frame, so you can't see it from here. And while you're imagining what sort of boat it is, why it's there, who's on the boat, please take a look at the dragonfly, otter and trout.

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6. Bait and Switch


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7. Still raining here ...

Image by Ellen Beier from Sybil Ludington's Midnight Ride

I know we are already into Spring and flowers, but here it just keeps on pouring—endless rain! Here is an image from Sybil Ludington's Midnight Ride by Marsha Amstel. This is what it looks like outside my window—well ... without the horse.

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8. "Flower Power!" by Terri Murphy


Power is harnessed when you're in tune with nature!

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9. Abuelita by Steven James Petruccio

I had a good time creating these characters...a grandmother and her grand-daughter in the garden.


Watercolor painting
by 
Steven James Petruccio

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10. Garden Helper




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11. May Flowers!

The Prairie That Nature Built
Here's more images for May's flower theme. I love purple flowers and they are popping up everywhere in northern Colorado. Last week almost three feet of snow, this week lots and lots of beautiful spring flowers.

Below are a couple of cropped images from The Prairie That Nature Built. I want to highlight the flowers in nature!



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12. Flowers

Illustration by Ellen Beier
From a CLICK magazine story, "Flowers on the Rooftop," about a family settling into a sod house on the prairie long ago ...

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13. Z Is For Suspenders


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14. ZEBRA and friends


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15. A Bear and a Bug

This image is part of a two page spread that illustrates the change in hibernation patterns of Spanish bears in the Cordilleran Mountains. They are waking up too early due to warmer winter temperatures and often no food is available for them to eat.


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16. Bear and Bird

Here's the cover and two interior images from my latest book, BEAR AND BIRD, which released this month. (Thanks for the "Bear theme" reminder, June!)










BEAR AND BIRD, written by James Skofield
Sleeping Bear Press, March 2014

www.jenniferthermes.com

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17. A walk in the rain

From my sketchbook with a touch of Photoshop.
http://amysfieldnotes.wordpress.com
Amy Huntington

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18. The Prairie That Nature Built


This is the rain that splatters the ground,
And quenches the fire
that blazed all around.
This is a spread from The Prairie That Nature Built, written by Marybeth Lorbiecki, illustrated by me, Cathy Morrison, and published by Dawn Publishing. It comes out September 1, 2014.

A wild prairie is a lively place in this rhythmic romp with munchers and crunchers above and below the grasses so thick, and fires that flare, and rains that quench and always the prairie grows green. Back matter offers information and activities for a fuller appreciation of this marvelous, disappearing habitat.

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19. April Showers

Here's an image from a new book coming out Spring 2015. Thanks for taking a look!

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20. "The rain is raining all around..."


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21. A Crown of Flowers

I remember happy hours spent tying the stems of clover flowers into a chain. Looking forward to picnic weather!

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22. April showers bring May FLOWERS!


The Prairie That Nature Built by Marybeth Lorbiecki, illustrated by Cathy Morrison
Here's my contribution to May's theme of FLOWERS. Thanks to June for this month's inspiration. This illustration is from The Prairie That Nature Built, coming out this fall. You can see more illustrations from this book and others on my Studio With A View blog.

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23. "Flowers" - David Opie

This is from my app "Let's go, Murray!"

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24. May Flowers -

Book cover for Feiwel & Friends Wind Dancers series,  "Magic Horses --or Not?"
Watercolor on paper. Painted by Tara Larsen Chang

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25. Spring Flowers

Here's another image from my newest book Cringle, Crackle, Crack, due for release in the US through Holiday House later this year (I think!)


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