Patchwork Goes Under Cover
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|Format: ||Hardback, 32 pages|
|Other Information: ||1 Illustrations, unspecified|
|Published In: ||United States, 06 November 2014|
The second book in Jacqueline Schmidt's delightful Patchwork series finds the resourceful little bear seeking a quiet spot to rest. After all it's winter and that is when all good bears hibernate. As he searches for a quiet, safe place to sleep, Patchwork encounters a host of other animals looking for their own safe and restful places, there are flying creatures such as birds and butterflies, wintry penguin friends and big, wild bears.
About the Author
Jacqueline Schmidt is the author of Patchwork Helps a Friend, and the illustrator behind Screech Owl Design; her immediately recognizable style has made her whimsical depictions of natural and urban imagery (birds on bicycles is a recurring motif) popular as stationery, prints, and textiles at retailers such as Anthropologie, Papyrus, and more. She has an MFA in creative arts therapy and early childhood development and is the former creative director for Moomah. Jacqueline grew up in New York City, and now makes her home in Brooklyn, NY, with her beloved husband, son, and cat. See Jacqueline's stationery line and list of retailers at http-//screechowldesign.com.
"InPatchwork Goes Under Cover, the small bear encounters a string of other animals including birds, butterflies, and wild bears looking for their own safe and restful place to live. Featuring Schmidt s deft, delicate illustrations, it will be released November 25 byPow! Kids Books."-Toronto Star"
23.5 x 26.2 centimeters (0.57 kg)|
5-9 years |