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
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
This is a list of my upcoming events, last updated 4/17/2017 4/28 Philadelphia Science Festival Book Reading What: Star Party Storytime at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum When: Friday, April 28, 2017 at 7:30pm Where: Visitor Center, USFWS John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum8601 Lindbergh
Please share! My The Secret Life of the Red Fox is being released tomorrow, and we’ve started celebrating. Join the virtual party! I’m putting together a few storytime/nature walk combo events in the coming weeks, with details coming soon. If you’d like to host a brick-and-mortar book signing/nature/art
“★ A rich reading experience awaits those who pick up this title.”— School Library Journal, starred review FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 2017 Calkins Creek, an imprint of Highlights, is pleased to announce the March publication of THE SECRET LIFE OF THE RED FOX, written by renowned science author
Source: SLJ.com PRINGLE, Laurence. The Secret Life of the Red Fox. illus. by Kate Garchinsky. 32p. further reading. glossary. Boyds Mills. Mar. 2017. Tr $16.95. ISBN 9781629792606. Gr 1-4 –Beginning on a snowy afternoon in February and ending in early autumn, this book centers on a fox
Osprey sketches for a children’s illustrated chapter book. Sketches are done, color to come. All images ©2015 Kate Garchinsky. All rights reserved. Do you like?
A new year. A blank slate. A chance to renew ourselves. To revisit our goals. This time last year I revisited my goal to be a working nature writer and illustrator. I had had enough of just-scraping-by doing work that taxed me, rather than rewarding me—mentally, physically, monetarily,