A boy’s imagination takes flight as he tackles the day with his mom and co-pilot dog. All illustrations feature a watercolor underpainting with digital color. Hand-lettered text on the cover completes the design. Story written and published by Mande Buckmaster.
Retelling of Pima Native American folktale, “Coyote and the Deer Tick,” written and illustrated by Jessica Chrysler using acrylics on canvas. Finished books were hand-made and printed on eco-friendly paper. All copies sold.
A young astronomer gazes at the night sky, dreaming of sailing through the stars with the aid of her muse.
Inspired by the original Grimm’s Tale of Red Riding Hood where Red considers the Wolf a friend at first.
Illustrated with oils on wood panel, a boy journeys to find a word to rhyme with his beloved’s name in order to win her heart. Story written and published by Matthew Wilson.
A magical moment from one of my favorite fairytales: East of the Sun, West of the Moon. The girl’s dress is inspired by the native Norwegian Sami tribe.