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Bunny Goodman

I honor famous clarinetist and band leader Benny Goodman in this sixth in a series of Semi-Famous Barnyard Animals. Not too many people can state that reading the dictionary is fun, but I’m not like many people. Enjoy!

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Moby Duck

Moby Dick is a foundation of modern literature, so I co-opted the name. This image is the fifth in a series of Semi-Famous Barnyard Animals. Enjoy!

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Gregory Peck

I love playing with words, especially names. This image is the third in a series of Semi-Famous Barnyard Animals. My favorite movie of all time is To Kill A Mockingbird, so the character of Atticus Finch (and the actor) is … Continue reading

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Pigasus

Sometimes I come across an old dictionary or book that has been damaged or simply has several pages missing, and see that object as something that still contains a lot of information, AND, useful paper. I’d earlier crafted something similar … Continue reading

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Making Cheese

One of my favorite things to draw are processes, as in How Cheese is Made. This is from an upcoming Grade 2 issue of Kids Discover on Why People Work. Design by Brobel Design. Click image for a larger version. … Continue reading

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Anansi the Spider

Anansi is an African folktale character. He often takes the shape of a spider and is considered to be the spirit of all knowledge of stories. He is also one of the most important characters of West African and Caribbean … Continue reading

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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor® Dreamcoat Kidsbill

This year (as in several years past) I was asked to design and illustrate a kid-friendly playbill for Music Theatre of Wichita’s Special Needs show—a performance where under-privileged children in and around the Wichita area are given free passes to a … Continue reading

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The Name Game

Educators salaries are set to raise by 75% this year! Sorry. That is likely untrue. I just wanted to get your attention. Though I do hope your pay is commiserate with your duties, I will ask your forgiveness and indulgence … Continue reading

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Faces. What Learning is All About

Kids Discover (with whom I’ve worked for many years) have created a video that shows what real learning is all about using speech therapy assessment, visuals, and sound among other things. “Change your perspective.” That’s my mantra, and I’m sticking … Continue reading

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Dibble’s Doodles

Do you doodle? Do you know anyone who does? If your answer is yes, then congratulations. You are one of those creative types. On January 24th of this year, Penguin Publishing is releasing the first in a four-book series of … Continue reading

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