Bunny Hugs

Bunny Hugs

by Phoebe Abbott Blackwell

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Overview

Bunny Hugs is a collection of stories geared for the preschool and kindergarten age. Bear counting, Wonders to See, Go Cat Go and Puddle Jumper are some of the delightful stories with bright watercolor painted illustrations sure to captivate the little ones.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781722712877
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/10/2018
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.08(d)

About the Author

Phoebe A. Blackwell
Biographical Information
The talent and versatility of artist Phoebe A. Blackwell is not limited to silk painting. A prolific designer and artist she does polymer clay jewelry and sculptures; t-shirt and quilt designs; lava sculptures in Hawaii; pen and ink, acrylics and watercolors; writes children's books for the little people in her life; does Ukrainian egg decorating; and has murals in three states.
She has taught classes for the school district in Alaska in computers, cartooning, calligraphy and polymer clay; classes on silk painting in Hawaii and classes in Ukrainian egg decorating to family and friends around the world; and parties, spring break programs and Vacation Bible School crafts for children.
Phoebe's art work has sold in Aurora Fine Arts Gallery and the Alaska Botanical Gardens gift shop in Anchorage, Alaska; The Blue Ginger Gallery and The Bamboo Café Gallery on the Big Island of Hawaii, and at NaKe'u Awai Design, and Na Mae Foundation Gift Shop in Honolulu, Hawaii; and The Art Market in Hendersonville, North Carolina and can currently be found on Amazon.com and at the Pisgah Inn on the Blue Ridge Parkway, Tryon Arts and Crafts School in Tryon, the Heritage Museum in Hendersonville, the Firefly Craft Gallery in Flat Rock, North Carolina and Millstone Gallery in Landrum, South Carolina.
Married to Don Blackwell of Hendersonville they have raised five kids, dedicated 25 years each to their country in the U.S. Air Force and have now retired to North Carolina where their Hillbilly Hearts are once again at home.
Upon their retirement in Hendersonville, North Carolina, Phoebe and Don were featured in the "Mountain Traditions" Times News magazine, Summer 2005 edition.

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