Celebrating the release of Belle’s Journey: An Osprey Takes Flight (Charlesbridge, 2018) After sending off my illustrations for the next Secret Life book, my husband Brian and I began our journey over land and sea to the island of Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts. This is where Belle’s real-life journey began, high atop a nest on Lake
Part the third, in which I begin with section B of Ethan’s 2-part question: What supplies do you use? The simple answer can be found on the credit pages of my books: The illustrations were created with aqua crayon and pastels on sanded paper. Or aqua crayon, watercolor, ink
For the past few weeks I have been getting some really fantastic questions from the 4th grade class at Bethel Springs Elementary School, home of the Garnet Valley Trailblazers Club. My first question came from a student named Carsen: Here is our first question! pic.twitter.com/C7V8YlOTRa — Mr.
BELLE’S JOURNEY: AN OSPREY TAKES FLIGHT ~ ISBN: 9781580897921, 112pp. Pub Date: May 15, 2018 “A young osprey named Belle completes her first 4,000-mile solo migration from Massachusetts to South America and back. One spring, Dr. B., a scientist on Martha’s Vineyard who studies ospreys, selects Belle, a
I’ll show you in a sec. But first… Save the date! May 20, 2018 Celebrate the release of Belle’s Journey with author Rob Bierregaard and illustrator Kate GarchinskyWhere: Willistown Conservation Trust, Rushton Woods, Willistown PA Celebrating the release of Belle’s Journey: An Osprey Takes Flight Book Reading, Art
Hosted by Kate Garchinsky Author/Illustrator and DVOC – The Delaware Valley Ornithological Club When: Thursday, November 2, 2017 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM Where: The Academy of Natural Sciences Meeting Room 1900 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103 Peer into the secret life of a local illustrator of children’s nature
Hey birds! My wizard brother Ryan Garchinsky and I have teamed up to create our first pack of PenguinArt stickers for iTunes, now available for FREE in the App Store. This is just the beginning. I have lots more to do. Penguins, flamingos, pigeons, turkeys, foxes, and bats! But
Traditional protocol in children’s publishing somewhat clearly forbids direct interaction between the author who wrote a story (and who might want to influence the illustrator’s decisions) and the illustrator chosen to illustrate it (with their own creative vision). So it has been for hundreds of thousands of