Children's book interior drawing illustration for
This interior drawing as the illustration for Starfish Summer, a children's book written by Ona Gritz-Gilbert, and published by HarperCollins Publishers in Summer, 1998.
My uncle and his dog with me on the beach, slowly, I feel much better.
Through illustrating the Starfish Summer children's book, I learned much about starfish. How the starfish grow and live. To learn about starfish, click here.
Book Summary: Mama's girl! Mama's girl! That's what the kids in school call Amy. But this summer Amy's going to visit her great-aunt Jenny at the beach while Mom's away on business. Amy thinks it's the perfect chance to prove that she's not a mama's girl. But Amy's high hope of learning how to ride a bike and making new friends fall flat when Crystal, the only other girl Amy's age, seems to dislike Amy. Does Crystal think Amy's a mama's girl, too? Amy's disappointed at first, but soon she's soaking up the warmth of this quirky seaside community.
My other paintings with Dog:
Cat and dog with my snowman
Dog in my watercolor painting "making friend"
Three spotted dogs in my watercolor painting "The New House"
Dog in my watercolor painting "Beach Fun"
Dog in children's magazine illustration: Get Offf My Lap, Cat
Dog in "Get Off My Lap, Cat" as the dog scare cat to an apple tree
My Furry Valentine: Cat is my Valentine
Dog in my watercolor painting "Back to School" next to the school bus
Dog in Apple PIcking with a girl
Dog in my children's book "Starfish Summer"