The Hungry Squirrel - Bessie T Wilkerson - Books - Xulon Press - 9781498458054 - November 30, 2015
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The Hungry Squirrel

Bessie T Wilkerson

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The Hungry Squirrel

About the Book This children's book is about a hungry squirrel in search of what it eats. It encounters along the way all types of animals, creeping and living things as it tries to find a match. Worms, leaves, maybe bamboo; come along on this journey filled with fun and facts to find the answer. About the Author Bessie "Terry" Wilkerson is an ordained minister and enjoys teaching God's word. In 2002 Bessie earned a Master of Education degree in Psychological Studies from Cambridge College. She has worked in the Early Childhood Education/Human Services field for three decades. Bessie is a PK (preacher's kid) and loves the Lord. She enjoys singing and writing children's books. Bessie lives in Milton, Massachusetts with two of her three grown children. About the Illustrator Richard "Ty" Schafrath earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with an emphasis in drawing from Ohio State University in 1988, but a visit to MGM Studios and the Feature Animation Studios Tour a year later in Orlando would change the course of his life. After numerous setbacks Ty eventually landed a job with Nickelodeon Animation Studios in Hollywood in 1995 as a Storyboard Artist through 2002, when the industry slowed from its frantic pace. He has illustrated several books and is a freelance story boarder, painter, and caricature artist. Ty, his wife Jeni, and his step-daughters reside in Bettendorf, Iowa. Ty is a follower of Jesus Christ and is a member of Harvest Bible Chapel in Davenport, Iowa.

Media Books     Hardcover Book   (Book with hard spine and cover)
Released November 30, 2015
ISBN13 9781498458054
Publishers Xulon Press
Pages 32
Dimensions 216 × 279 × 6 mm   ·   399 g
Language English  

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