Local children’s picture book author-illustrator Jenifer Tull-Gauger to do a book reading and workshop to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month!
About "The Think, Then Do Karate Kid," the 5th book in the series, a children's character-building book about impulsiveness and self-control.
Author-illustrator Jenifer Tull-Gauger's retelling of a traditional legend, the Hakugin-do legend, a true Okinawan story about anger and self-control.
The Mother’s Day card read, “Thank you for making life,” and showed a drawing of me in the garden. I asked my child what this was about.
Details about a perseverance picture book, where the main character children have a big goal that they want to accomplish. But the Quitting monster keeps putting obstacles in their way, making them want to give up.
These books' titles include negative character traits, as well as positive traits, so that children may learn to recognize them, and thus fight them.
I admired her paintings on Nana's living room walls, but when I was young, I did not appreciate the oil painting my grandma made for me.
Especially for my fellow creatives, here’s a recipe for the delicious, wonderful, ideal life of a creator. You don’t need all of the ingredients to create this wonderful life for yourself as a creative type. But you need all of them to create the ideal life of a creator.
Jenifer's character-building children's books are now on display to browse and purchase in Chandler, AZ. (Applies to the English-based books in this character-building series.)
Translating to create a Spanish children's book from an English one was quite the adventure. This project proved more difficult than I imagined. And I didn’t anticipate it to be easy.