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Buck's Rodeo (Volume 1) Paperback – March 22, 2012
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About the Author
Tracy Lovett lives in the gorgeous Loess Hills of Southwest Iowa with her husband, four children, three cats and her dog, Sophia Loren. Growing up, she loved reading, writing and art equally, and found herself pursuing a career in photography. She now owns and operates her own photography studio and spends lots of time with clients making their photographic dreams come true. She had always wanted to try her hand at writing and illustrating children's books, so three years ago she wrote and illustrated Bug Summer--Raining Ladybugs. She immediately followed up with Bug Summer--Hunting Spiders, Snow Angels, Sylvia McBye Learns To Fly, and Soda's Christmas. Although she walks the earth, she lives in her imagination a significant amount of the time, constantly making notes and sketches for future book projects. Buck's Rodeo is her first foray into writing for older children and adults, and she found the experience to be unlike anything she has ever attempted before. She says she felt like she was living more in the world of her characters than in the world of "real things" during the writing process. Although Buck's Rodeo isn't illustrated except for the cover which Tracy lovingly designed, she looks forward to exploring the rich world found inside her book visually, perhaps publishing an illustrated edition sometime in the future. Her favorite things include hiking the Loess Hills, riding waterslides, and silent snowfalls during Iowa's winters. And chocolate. Must not forget THAT. To learn more about her books and art, see her website at www.inclementiowa.com.