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Rose O'Neill: The Girl Who Loved to Draw

Average rating
4.5 out of 5
Based on 13 Ratings and 10 Reviews

Book Description
This sparkling new biography explores the childhood foundation for Rose O'Neill's stellar career as artist, illustrator, sculptor, poet, novelist, and beloved creator of the Kewpie. For ages 9-12 & Rose O'Neill fans of all ages. 80 pages OVERSIZED: 9.75" x 12.25" Softcover European binding with 4" flaps
Book Information
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages64
Publication Date/2009
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About Linda Brewster (Author) : Linda Brewster is a published author. A published credit of Linda Brewster is Rose O'Neill: The Girl Who Loved to Draw.
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About O'Neill Brewster (Illustrator) : O'Neill/Brewster is a published illustrator. A published credit of O'Neill/Brewster is Rose O'Neill: The Girl Who Loved to Draw.
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3/15/2009 Linda Rodgers said: The childhood story of Americas First Women Comic Artist and creator of Kewpie. Illustrator, poet, author she was the highest paid illustrator in NY in 1914 and was revered by artist, poets and musicians.
tags: Biography of an Illustrator, Kewpie creator

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