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Time to Sleep (An Owlet Book) Paperback – September 15, 2001
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Q: Where did you grow up?
A: I grew up in Toledo,Ohio, where I live still. I am a midwestern girl.
Q: What is your earliest memory of writing/drawing?
A: It seems like I was always writing and drawing. I wanted to share my ideas from the beginning. A bit bossy am I.
Q: What inspired you to write/illustrate your first book?
A: I started collecting picture books in art school. I was crazy about the whole picture book format. I realized, as I was sharing books with my daughter, that making books is what I needed to do.
Q: What are your hobbies and interests besides reading and books?
A: I work in clay, create art from tin cans, and make art dolls. Right now I am working on combining all three media. I also dye and paint fabric for the dolls.
Planting flowers and painting the outside of my house and studio is what I am busy doing right now.
Q: What one or two words of advice would you give for young authors/illustrators?
A: Experiment with different styles and media.
*From Macmillan's Denise Fleming page.
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Used this book as a fiction pair with the nonfiction Do Animals Wear Pajamas? Kids loved it.Published 16 days ago by MICHELLE KENDRICK
Love this story! Kids like acting out the accompanying play I found on Pinterest.Published 7 months ago by Michelle
Great book for introducing Hibernation to preschoolers.Published 13 months ago by Butterfly bookworm
I purchased this book for my preschool class. It keeps their attention and is an easy read. Great for a unit study about hibernation. Great intro to science.Published on January 19, 2013 by Grandma
This is a charming book that I will be sharing with my students when we learn about hibernation in January.Published on December 27, 2012 by Brenda Broleman