I'm waking up my blog for Spring, and to share some wonderful and amazing news! I just received my author's copies of Alma, my first picture book as an author and illustrator! This can only mean that the book is coming out very soon! Alma will release from Candlewick Press on
I’m excited for everyone to see LA PRINCESA AND THE PEA, and I'm happy to share its cover! Release date: September 5th, 2017. I got a chance to read the story for the first time during my school visit to Hancock Elementary (Chandler) two weeks ago, and then again at my
It's official! I'm back to blogging. With LA MADRE GOOSE being released on July 19th, and more books coming after that one, the blog will be the best place to stay updated with my publishing news. Come back often or subscribe to the blog (right). Now to the reason of today's post:
I'm excited to share fantastic news to start off 2016! I'm over the moon, thrilled, elated to share the news that Candlewick will be publishing my first book as an author-illustrator. My picture book, entitled ALMA, will be out Spring 2018. The book was announced in Publishers Weekly on December 17, 2015.
I'm delighted to share that I'll be working with Susan Kochan and Cecilia Yung once again on my next picture book! LA PRINCESA AND THE PEA by Susan Middleton Elya, will be coming from Penguin in 2017! > Stay updated: email | rss | facebook
So thrilled to share a sneak peek at an illustration from my first picture book with Penguin Young Readers, LA MADRE GOOSE. The illustrations will be leaving the studio soon. I can't wait for this book to be out in the world! LA MADRE GOOSE G. P. Putman & Son's Penguin Random House Summer
Good news are to be shared with friends! And I can share with you all, that I'll be illustrating LA MADRE GOOSE written by Susan Middleton Elya and published by G.P.Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers, an imprint of Penguin. Like the PW's announcement from last Thursday reads, LA MADRE GOOSE
Hi again! The Craft of Portfolio Making - Post #2 is here! Last week, we worked on putting together your brand new Physical Portfolio on the post "How to Put a Children's Illustrator Portfolio Together". Today, I will try to expand on what we briefly touched on Image Selection and Flow