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


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2. April Showers

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

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3. 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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4. 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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5. A walk in the rain

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

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6. 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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7. Bear - Work in Progress



Here are three unfinished bear images waiting to be coloured, from Crinkle, Crackle, Crack!, my current picture book project.

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8. "Bratty Snow White" - David Opie

This is a watercolor painting that I did for the recent
SCBWI Illustrator's Intensive.

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Daisylocks
Here's a polar bear from Daisylocks which just came out last month. Thanks for taking a look!

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10. Bears from Steven James Petruccio...

Here are a couple of illustrations featuring bears...



From the books:   Johnny Appleseed 
& Narwhal: Unicorn of the Sea
illustrated by Steven James Petruccio

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11. Bear from "The Mitten" - Paula Pertile


A bear, a fox, a squirrel and a mouse - from "The Mitten", for Sundance.

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12. Goldilocks and Baby Bear - Theresa Brandon


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13. A bear in a hat!

Here is a quick bear sketch from me, to join in with the March theme word.


As we are into Spring, and the days are lighter.. green shoots are pushing upwards and flowers are opening their hearts, and Betty couldn't resist adding a few to her straw hat to celebrate.

June Goulding

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14. A bear in the rain.


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15. Dinos Do Dress-up (and groceries)


Well, it just so happens I have illustrated a Dinosaur Book for Red Robin Books, Don't Invite Dinosaurs to Dinner, written by Neil Griffiths. It came out in Jan 2012.

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16. Artistic Elf


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17. Elves

I don't have much in the way of Christmas Elves, but the woodland and brownie varieties are a different matter. This is one of two pieces I produced for a Japanese children's calendar back in the day.


John Shelley

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18. Happy Elf, Mermaid, Bunny, Divalicious Holidays!

Happy Holidays, to everyone.
May wild dancing ensue...
with a little dress-up, some pearls... a mermaid fin and some bunny ears.


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19. Icy dinosaur fun

What would happen if you took dinosaurs skating on your local pond?
This is from Don't Invite Dinosaurs to Dinner, Red robin books, 2012



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20. February's theme - CAT

February already? Seems like we were just celebrating New Years! These two kids appear to be celebrating the fact that their rambunctious kitten has finally calmed down and fallen asleep. Shhhhhhh...

~Jenny B Harris

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21. Charlie Bone Cats

I don't have many works where cats form the central theme of the image, but often they're in the background or part of the narrative, like these text illustrations from the Charlie Bone novels (Japanese edition), where three mysterious cats are an important part of the plot.



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22. A Parading Pattern


Here's a spot from High Five Magazine.  You can tell a lot about a character from the patterns they wear.  I dare say, this girl is pretty sure of herself.

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23. Q is for Crown


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24. Naptime - Joanne Friar


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25. A Bear, a Banjo, and a Bee


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