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About the author


Tricia George has been painting professionally for over 30 years. Her career began in New York where she worked as a decorative artist after earning her degree in Art and Education from Dowling College. Tricia drew inspiration from wildlife and the natural world. In 2004, she moved to California to further her career as an artist. Her new environment surrounded her with new inspirations and transformed her art, while simultaneously creating new opportunities to exhibit her talent. Tricia kept a strong connection to painting wildlife while she continued to develop her talent and work for others. This constant creating in new and various forms allowed her to seamlessly develop her style, encompassing her years of experience into forms that have guided her to the artwork she creates today. A Picture Book About Relationships is Tricia's first book and was inspired by the painting on the cover. The dynamic found in The Turtle and The Snail inspired Tricia to create a book about relationships; how they come and go, as well as how they pop up when you least expect them. Pairing whimsical paintings with poetry, Tricia shows the importance of relationships that fill the lives of everyone. A Picture Book About Relationships is the first book Tricia was inspired to create using amusing animals to teach life's lessons, and more are in the works.
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A Picture Book About Relationships
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Overview


Tricia has combined stunning and whimsical artwork with rhyme to teach children the depth and importance of quality relationships. By partnering little critters in shared moments, she expresses how relationships come and go. The critters, adorably themselves yet steeped in wisdom, give and receive gifts of everyday edible fruits and vegetables.
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Description


Tricia has combined her whimsical artwork with rhyme to teach the depth and importance of relationships. By partnering little critters in shared moments, she expresses how relationships come and go. The critters, adorably themselves yet steeped in wisdom, give and receive gifts of everyday edible fruits and vegetables. Tricia's story teaches children that it is the quality of relationships that matter, and not the quantity of relations one has in life. This picture book was written for children ages 3 to 11 and is filled with memorable moments that will last both parent and child a lifetime.
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Overview


Tricia has combined stunning and whimsical artwork with rhyme to teach children the depth and importance of quality relationships. By partnering little critters in shared moments, she expresses how relationships come and go. The critters, adorably themselves yet steeped in wisdom, give and receive gifts of everyday edible fruits and vegetables.

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Description


Tricia has combined her whimsical artwork with rhyme to teach the depth and importance of relationships. By partnering little critters in shared moments, she expresses how relationships come and go. The critters, adorably themselves yet steeped in wisdom, give and receive gifts of everyday edible fruits and vegetables. Tricia's story teaches children that it is the quality of relationships that matter, and not the quantity of relations one has in life. This picture book was written for children ages 3 to 11 and is filled with memorable moments that will last both parent and child a lifetime.

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Book details

Genre:FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS

Subgenre:General

Language:English

Pages:32

Format:Hardcover

Hardcover ISBN:9781733886505


Overview


Tricia has combined stunning and whimsical artwork with rhyme to teach children the depth and importance of quality relationships. By partnering little critters in shared moments, she expresses how relationships come and go. The critters, adorably themselves yet steeped in wisdom, give and receive gifts of everyday edible fruits and vegetables.

Read more

Description


Tricia has combined her whimsical artwork with rhyme to teach the depth and importance of relationships. By partnering little critters in shared moments, she expresses how relationships come and go. The critters, adorably themselves yet steeped in wisdom, give and receive gifts of everyday edible fruits and vegetables. Tricia's story teaches children that it is the quality of relationships that matter, and not the quantity of relations one has in life. This picture book was written for children ages 3 to 11 and is filled with memorable moments that will last both parent and child a lifetime.

Read more

About the author


Tricia George has been painting professionally for over 30 years. Her career began in New York where she worked as a decorative artist after earning her degree in Art and Education from Dowling College. Tricia drew inspiration from wildlife and the natural world. In 2004, she moved to California to further her career as an artist. Her new environment surrounded her with new inspirations and transformed her art, while simultaneously creating new opportunities to exhibit her talent. Tricia kept a strong connection to painting wildlife while she continued to develop her talent and work for others. This constant creating in new and various forms allowed her to seamlessly develop her style, encompassing her years of experience into forms that have guided her to the artwork she creates today. A Picture Book About Relationships is Tricia's first book and was inspired by the painting on the cover. The dynamic found in The Turtle and The Snail inspired Tricia to create a book about relationships; how they come and go, as well as how they pop up when you least expect them. Pairing whimsical paintings with poetry, Tricia shows the importance of relationships that fill the lives of everyone. A Picture Book About Relationships is the first book Tricia was inspired to create using amusing animals to teach life's lessons, and more are in the works.

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