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Deborah Freedman
Deborah Freedman was an architect once-upon-a-time, but now she loves to build worlds in in children's picture books. She is the author and illustrator of SCRIBBLE, BLUE CHICKEN, THE STORY OF FISH & SNAIL, and BY MOUSE & FROG (Viking 2015). Deborah lives in a colorful house in Connecticut, where... show more

Deborah Freedman was an architect once-upon-a-time, but now she loves to build worlds in in children's picture books. She is the author and illustrator of SCRIBBLE, BLUE CHICKEN, THE STORY OF FISH & SNAIL, and BY MOUSE & FROG (Viking 2015). Deborah lives in a colorful house in Connecticut, where she is busy at work on her next books. Please visit www.deborahfreedman.net to learn more about Deborah and her work.THE STORY OF FISH AND SNAIL:"This marvelous metabook shines in both concept and beauty." - Kirkus Reviews, ★starred reviewBLUE CHICKEN:"... simply exquisite" - Kirkus Reviews, ★starred reviewSCRIBBLE:"... a clever gem of a book" - Publishers Weekly
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My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 6 months ago
I will admit, I had to read this picture book a second time to fully understand it. There were a few key points that I was definitely missing to fully appreciate this story even after I slowly read it and looked at the illustrations the first time through. The story is about two friends who have a d...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 2 years ago
Poor Carl! Carl was living a happy, content life until one day a field mouse came upon him and asked Carl a question which he didn’t know the answer to. Carl never knew why he did, what he did but now, the question was out there and he needed an answer. Carl talks to many animals as he makes his j...
Peace, Love & Books
Peace, Love & Books rated it 8 years ago
A delightfully imaginative metafictional picture book.
kindleaholic
kindleaholic rated it 8 years ago
Illustrations come to life. Very cute.
TheBecks
TheBecks rated it 9 years ago
This book was gorgeous. I loved the use of color and how the story integrated the artwork, rather than just being supplemented by it. I thought it was adorable and fun, and while this one didn't really have a "message" or anything (other than water is the great "Undo" with watercolors), it was still...
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