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Jeanne Prevost grew up in the city of Fall River Massachusetts with one younger brother and six younger sisters. She is the mother of three grown children. Jeanne writes picture books for children ages four to twelve and teaches third grade. Jeanne Prevost’s most recently published picture book, It’s Raining Pups and Dogs!, features heart-wrenching illustrations by Amelia Hansen. It prese... More
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1. It's Raining Pups and Dogs! (Sit! Stay! Read!) (Hardcover)
    Author: Jeanne Prevost
    Illustrator: Amelia Hansen
    Publisher: The Gryphon Press
Ages 4-8 05/07/2013
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2. It's Raining Cats--and Cats! (Hardcover)
    Author: Jeanne Prevost
    Illustrator: Amelia Hansen
    Publisher: The Gryphon Press
Ages 4-8 09/01/2008
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10 Reviews  
3. Quequechan: Forgotten River (Perfect Paperback)
    Author: Jeanne Prevost
    Illustrator: Linda Crockett
    Publisher: Operation Outreach-USA Press
N/A 08/29/2008
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1. The Velveteen Rabbit: Or, How Toys Become Real (The childrens classic ed...
    Author: Margery Williams
    Illustrator: Don Daily
    Publisher: Running Press Book Publishers
Ages 4-8 7/18/2013
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Jeanne said: This is one of my all-time, very favorite stories. I get goosebumps every time I read it.
tags: I recommend , Inspired me
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2. Winter Eyes (Hardcover)
    Author: Douglas Florian
    Publisher: Greenwillow
Ages 4-8 7/14/2013
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Jeanne said: One of my favorite poetry books and poets. Great in the classroom.
tags: I recommend
11 Reviews  
3. The Cod's Tale (Hardcover)
    Author: Mark Kurlansky
    Illustrator: S. D. Schindler
    Publisher: Putnam Juvenile
Baby to Pre-K 3/28/2009
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Jeanne said: Connected to my book's topic. The recommended ages for this book are incorrect here. This is a picture book for older readers, I'd say 8-12.
tags: Inspired me
22 Reviews  
4. Letting Swift River Go (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Sc...
    Author: Jane Yolen
    Illustrator: Barbara Cooney
    Publisher: Tandem Library
Ages 4-8 3/15/2007
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Jeanne said: Connected to my book's topic.
tags: Inspired me
48 Reviews  
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Comment by Mary Cunningham on 3/31/2009 at 3:41 PM:
Congratulations, Jeanne! Enjoy the awards ceremony!
Comment by Michelle Kwasney on 3/29/2009 at 7:52 AM:
Congratulations, Jeanne! Enjoy Chicago!
Comment by Annie Donwerth Chikamatsu on 3/28/2009 at 8:58 PM:
Congratulations on being awarded the 2008 ASPCA® Henry Bergh Childrenâ's Book Award in the Fiction, Companion Animals category!
Comment by JR Poulter on 1/8/2009 at 2:56 AM:
Happy New Year Jeanne!
Comment by Michelle Kwasney on 9/21/2008 at 12:49 PM:
Hi Jeanne, thanks for adding me. I've never been to the SCBWI winter conference in NYC, but I occasionally make it to the one in New England. Have you been before?
Comment by Deborah Sloan on 8/11/2008 at 4:54 PM:
As a teacher, I thought you might want to know about the debut (last Monday) of The Picnic Basket where school and library professionals taste new and forthcoming children's books with first-come, first-serve sample copies of books for kids of all ages. We send free books. You tell us what you thi... more
Comment by Fredricka (Freddie) Remza on 5/22/2008 at 7:36 PM:
Hi Jeanne,
I saw the photo with you and your cat. I can't believe it! Is it a ragdoll? If so, I have one, too. Yours looks a lot like mine. Her name is Annie but we call her Miss Kitty because she acts like she's a princess.
I'm also a teacher...retired. The last nine years of my... more
Comment by Haley M. on 4/6/2008 at 8:12 PM:
Hey! Do you know how long a book has to be to get published??
Comment by Kristina Coia on 1/4/2008 at 8:23 PM:
Jeanne,
Thanks for signing up to be one of my friends. I am new to JacketFlap and I am having fun on the site.
Kristina
Comment by Tracy Grand on 9/1/2007 at 12:06 AM:
Jeanne,
I just noticed that Lobster Press was looking for Christmas Picture Books.
"Lobster press is seeking fresh, edgy fiction for young adults, high interest fiction for reluctant readers, non-fiction for preteens and teens, and manuscripts for Christmas
Picture Books."
www.... more
Comment by Tracy Grand on 7/23/2007 at 8:20 AM:
Jeanne, as a follow-up to your question about publishers interested in Christmas books, try using our advanced search at:
http://www.jacketflap.com/index2.asp. Enter "Christmas" (with the quotes) and choose the reading level (e.g. 4 - 8). I get 119 results for that search.
Comment by Tracy Grand on 7/22/2007 at 11:55 AM:
Jeanne, Great suggestion. I realize JF's list can be overwhelming, but this is due to the large amount of Christian Publishers. I would suggest choosing by title count for the current years, as it is a useful representation of what publishers are interested in at this time.
Best, Tracy
Comment by Mary Cunningham on 7/3/2007 at 8:26 AM:
I Jeanne,
Thanks for your comments. I began writing "Cynthia's Attic" because of a recurring dream about my childhood, playing in the attic of my best friend, Cynthia. I wrote a 5 page memoir which turned into a three-book (so far) young reader/fantasy fiction series!
Good luc... more
Comment by John Shelley on 7/2/2007 at 10:43 PM:
Hi Jeanne, thanks for the invitation. Good luck to your daughter in Japan. Any advice? Phew! That's a tall order, there's a lot to consider! Best advice I'd say is to forge as many contacts as possible before arrival, you never know when that list of phone numbers might come in useful!
Jo... more
Comment by John Shelley on 6/29/2007 at 12:55 AM:
Hi Jeanne
I noticed you mentioned on Annie's comments that your daughter's coming to Japan. Does she write or illustrate? Be sure to recommend her to our branch of SCBWI when she gets here!
Comment by Diane Teichman on 6/5/2007 at 4:57 PM:
Hello Jeanne;
Congratulations on your book "Quequechan, Forgotten River" What a romantic title. Please keep me posted when it comes out!
Diane
Comment by Annie Donwerth Chikamatsu on 5/14/2007 at 8:49 AM:
Thanks for the invite! Best wishes on your daughter's trip to Japan. I would suggest a book called Being A Broad in Japan to any young woman coming over. I think there is an online community, too.
Comment by Jeanne Prevost on 3/22/2007 at 2:10 PM:
I can't wait to read your book "Quequechan River". Best of luck in your future writings. From your BEST ADMIRER.
Comment by Tracy Grand on 3/17/2007 at 5:03 AM:
Hi Jeanne, Congratulations on Quequechan: Forgotten River coming out in the Fall. How do you have time to teach, parent, bike ride, and make homemade maple syrup? All of a sudden I feel like making pancakes! I am happy to have you as part of the JF community! Tracy

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