Yes we will little one! Some drawings my son did the other day.i always love his drawings, but this one surprised me!
I've had some obstacles I've gone through or around in the journey to publishing my first Children's Book recently. Mostly I sent out a lot of work, got some responses and offers back, some rejections too. Also i joined the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators. Through there I was able to meet some folks in the biz. The more I try, the more clues I pick up. Thought you'd appreciate seeing a page that i sent out...This is a scene from my book..It's about the journey to a healthy food practice! The journey of publishing is full of struggle, but we as creatives must never give up.Ever.
Binghi attended Montego Bay Elementary school on 4th street. It was the year 2086. He was eleven years old now, and coming into his abilities. While waiting for his Papa to cook coconut lamb stew he decided to practice the "balancing" lesson from his fourth period mental physics class. He had already finished his homework, and changed into his playing clothes on the rug. If he could keep the papaya from falling this time, maybe he could finally impress the shy girl from Morocco.....
Inspiring people/things. Georgina Anne Muldrow-Singer, composer. "Water Writes" murals+water+Estria Foundation, Zetta Elliott-Author/Activist"A Wish After Midnight", The Akonadi Foundation-for supporting artists!East Bay Edibles-I have a piece in the next issue,"Black Science Fiction Society",Nathalie Mvondo's "Multiculturalism Rocks" Blog-dope resources, super down to earth sister! JDavey-just listen. Movement Ink, design company by brother Rene Quinones. Art of Tatsuyuki Tanaka-dope animator/illustrator. Ashay By The Bay- childrens books w/ a focus on African American kids. Amara Tabor Smith-Our Daily bread+"Deep Waters", super dope performing artists! Mshindo Kuumba, incredible illustrator/comics artist."Reading in Color", blog about YA novels+ focus on people of color. Tambien La LLuvia-great film w/Gael Garcia Bernal. And "Art of Living" meditation/yoga/breathing course from super humble folks.Thats all folks...
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