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.
If I had to fight some of the antagonists from my picture book series, Disrespect and Trouble would be the last ones I’d choose.
See many details about "The Nice, New Karate Kid," the fourth book in the children's picture book series of Dojo Kun Character Books.
This fourth book in a series is about a kid who has disrespect and trouble. The main idea and purpose is that this book promotes respect.
Last weekend, we celebrated the publication of my third picture book, “The Follow Through Karate Kids: A Dojo Kun Character Book on Wrestling with Quitting.” We had a small book…
Here, you can take a look inside the conundrum of too many ideas for "The Follow Through Karate Kids" book launch celebration t-shirt design.
The interior picture book illustration of the first Dojo Kun Charcter Book contains a lot of symbolism. Here's some of the symbolism in “The Can-Do Karate Kid.”
Learn a bit about the bad "guy" in a children's character-building picture book through her garden plans. She is called Dishonesty and is a spider. In the story, she weaves tangled webs around two karate friends, encouraging them to lie and fib. If she had her own plot for growing, here is what Dishonesty’s garden would include. You might learn a little about plants too!
Dishonesty is the name of the antagonist in my new children’s picture book, "The Two True Karate Kids." She is depicted as a yellow and green spider monster that changes sizes. Not seen in the book, here’s a picture of Dishonesty as a Baby.