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1. Hot Air

Hidden Pictures for Highlights
by Patrick Girouard

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2. Messy Messy Messy


Collage and Prismacolor

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3. BOOM!

http://www.mauriejmanning.net/

BOOM!  From my first book, "The Aunts Go Marching" by Maurie J Manning, published 2003 by Boyds Mills Press.  Done in digital pastel using Corel Painter.

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4. A Day At The Beach

Highlights Hidden Picture
by Patrick Girouard

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5. Attack of the Bubble-Pods


Illo from Simon's Dream by Susan Schade and Jon Buller, Simon and Schuster, '08.

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6. Happy Pig

David Opie. Digital.
Pigs are fun to draw. By David Opie

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7. Breezy Bunnies!

Setting off for a breezy walk...

From: Breezy Bunnies
MB Publishing
Written by Margie Blumberg
Illustrated by June Goulding

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8. So Many Children!


A hidden picture page for Highlights Magazine. Can you find eight objects?
by Patrick Girouard

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9. Old MacDonald Had a... Chicken!

A page from the board book Old MacDonald Had a Farm.
Written by Kim Mitzo Thompson
Illustrated by Patrick Girouard

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10. Chickens, hens, eggs ... chickens ...




 Illustrations from SUN ABOVE AND BLOOMS BELOW
and PICK A CIRCLE, GATHER SQUARES written by Charline Profiri,
illustrated by Susan Swan, Albert Whitman Publisher


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11. Eggs

Amy Huntington
https://amyhuntington.wordpress.com/

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12. Rooster Crossing the Road

Pencil, digital. © David Opie

Illustration from a book proposal. 
By David Opie.

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13. Chicken & Eggs


Some chickens and eggs by John Nez
www.johnnez.com

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14. Chicken Love


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15. Holding up the barn

Amy Huntington,  T- shirt design 

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16. Anne of Herringbone Hall

I was working on this today.  It is the last panel in chapter 5 of Anne of Herringbone Hall, a middle-grade graphic novel.  This is the underwater laboratory of Anne's inventor father.  In the previous panel he has handed her a slice of seaweed pie.  Eventually it will get some limited color, but, at least for now it is black-and-white.

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17. The Dark is Rising


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18. Black & White...all over

I've painted many creatures that are black and white...cows, skunks, penguins and a giant Manta Ray!



Manta Ray Near Shore
from
"Wings In The Water"

illustrated by
 Steven James Petruccio

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19. Homemade Zebra

Patrick Girouard

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20. Outside

Joanne Friar

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21. Hoppin' John

This is from a rhyming book dummy I created about a bunny who only stops hopping for SOUP! (Janet McDonnell)

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22. Behind Schedule

Patrick Girouard

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23. What's Up Cookie?


Steven James Petruccio

This is a digital painting I recently finished for "The Little Cookie" coming out later this year.



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24. Detail from "Turtle and Rabbit"

This is a detail from a recent-ish reading book.
Done in watercolor.
David Opie

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25. Bunnies

 Joanne Friar

naughty bunnies on the tree farm
from O Christmas Tree

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