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The Pinecone Problem Paperback – Large Print, October 17, 2011
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About the Author
Author Debbi Miller Gutierrez lives in New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment, with her three dogs. Her stories and poems have appeared in Highlights for Children, Jack and Jill, and many other print and online publications. Her website, www.kidskorner.net, has stories, poems, puzzles, and coloring pages for kids 12 and under. Illustrator Gary D. Sutherland was greatly influenced by his parents who were both artistically inclined. He trained at the Brooks Art Institute in Santa Barbara, then worked as a freelance artist for 5 years and as a commercial artist at Hughes Aircraft Company for 16 years illustrating military hardware and satellites. He was driven to return to freelance art because "The need to express an emotion or a mood with paint, conte crayon, or pen and ink was what really appealed to my creative sensibilities." His attention to detail and incredible deftness at bringing scenes to life are what makes his illustrations so masterful. He lives in California.
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MY 5 y/o loves the story. She loves to say "ZIP WHAP" which repeats in the book, and is helping her recognize letters and words as she is learning to read. My youngest daughter is . . . well . . a behavioral challenge, as many 3 year olds are. We use this book to show her different ways to deal with her frustration and anger with friends at school, with her sister and whoever else. It's been helpful.
I'd recommend for parents of children at these ages.