Bridget resides in Lake Orion, Michigan. One Child, One Planet was created when she searched for an environmental book to suit her family’s needs, and came up empty. She set out to create a resource for young children that would be nothing shy of inspirational. Llewellyn was born in Manhattan, raised in Western New York, and graduated from Syracuse University. She enjoys spending time in the great outdoors with her husband, Pat, and their four daughters. This is her first book.
Moshe Caine is from London, England. He is married with three children and has over 30 years of professional and academic positions in photography, digital imaging, multimedia and interactive design in Israel. He is currently the head of the Interactive Communications Department at Hadassah Academic College in Jerusalem, a senior lecturer in Multimedia and Interactive Design at Emunah Academic College, and a lecturer in Digital Imaging for Cultural Heritage Preservation at Haifa University. Some of his research interest include: digital imaging technologies for conservation, documentation and display of cultural heritage artifacts, virtual reality imaging and display, photo 3D modeling, photogrammetric and stereoscopic imaging, reflectance transformation imaging, and applications of interactive and mobile media technologies for eLearning, training and emotional involvement.
Sheryl is an artist, architect, graphic designer and dreamer that grew up on the east coast of the US and Australia. She now resides in the deep dark woods of upstate NY. "The Wooden Puppet and the Junk Train" is her first interactive childrens book. Her inspiration comes from her enthusistic and energetic son Reuben, who is beyond obsessed with all the things that have to do with trains. He is fascinated with the mechanics of a train and a locomotive that never runs out of steam. He loves to take things apart and use the parts to build something completely different. With his incredible observations he played both editor and critic for every page of this book.
Melissa Lind is a writer/illustrator from Colorado. She has been living in Puerto Rico for the winter with four house lizards. They have never touched the sky, but they have wriggered their hands and toes before jumping into mid air for tasty insects. Did you know that lizards take a long time chewing their food?
Brett Curzon lives in Australia with his family, where he entertains them with his juggling skills, and tall tales of his days as a pirate (This is true, as his kids think I was a pirate when I was younger). He is graphic designer, daydreamer, part time cook, and sibling mediator. When not at his desk, he can be seen dragging his over weight sausage dog for a walk, or at the beach with his family.
Eli has worked in the graphics and digital arts both as a hobbyist and professional for years. Having wanted to produce a children's book for a while, the interactive book market seemed liked a great calling to pursue! "Where is my Little Square Bear" is special because it was a
family project in which all of Eli's children participated. Cannon, 8, is the narrator of the story.
Sylvia Pagán Westphal is a health writer whose pieces have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Smithsonian Magazine and The Boston Globe, among others. She is the founder of Pinwheel Books, a small publishing house for children's books. Sylvia is a mom of five kids, including toddler twin boys, who were the inspiration for the Sam and Ben book.
Gwen is the author and designer of The Champion Hare. She lives in the southeast of England and after following a career in advertising and graphic design, now works from home on her own projects. She's always been interested in nature and wildlife so it's no surprise her first children's picture book is crammed full of animals!
Nicole Comeau and her husband Serge Patry collaborate to write for children. Children like to play, so it seemed only natural to use interactivity to interest them in reading. Nicole taught elementary school for 35 years and Serge has been an actor for the past 25 years. During these years, Nicole had the privilege to read many books to her students. She modified her voice to help identify clearly the different characters. During her teaching career, she and her husband have written plays and screenplays which were then played by many of her students. Micky's surprise represents their vision of a book combining the pleasure of reading and play.
In the year 2000, God’s Word began to captive her heart. Joyce found herself falling in love with Jesus. Having such a love for His Word, God began to reveal His divine plan—His call into ministry. She used her talent for drawing and writing to take His Word around the world to teach families to grow in Christ – like character.
In 2006, Joyce published her first book, “A Granny Goodness Day.” Over the next few years, Joyce published three other titles, “Rotten, but Not Forgotten”, “Puffed-up Pride”, and “Finish Line,” as well as, four activity books, and a board game.
Joyce is married to Richard Lee Evans Jr. They have three children: ReAnna, LaTica, and Jaylen. She is employed at the Sunday School Publishing Board as a Creative Associate/Graphic Designer. She designs the Sunday school curriculum for ages two through eleven. She is an active Children’s Teacher Assistant at the Mount Zion Baptist Church under the leadership of Bishop Joseph W. Walker III. Joyce also serves as a member of the Visual Communications Advisory Committee at Nashville State Community College, where she teaches Graphic Processes as an adjunct instructor.
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