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Pat Schories
As a child, my favorite pastimes were playing outside, and when inside, making art. All these years later, my life is much the same. I have created many books for children, and am most well-known as the illustrator of the BISCUIT books written by Alyssa Capucilli and published by HarperCollins.... show more



As a child, my favorite pastimes were playing outside, and when inside, making art. All these years later, my life is much the same. I have created many books for children, and am most well-known as the illustrator of the BISCUIT books written by Alyssa Capucilli and published by HarperCollins. I've also created my own series of wordless picturebooks about a dog named JACK, published by Boyds Mills Press; I'm delighted with the enthusiastic response and good reviews. My newest endeavor brings me back outside to play, illustrating the poetry in "FOREST, WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE?" written by Irene O'Garden and published by Holiday House.I live with my husband Harry, a fiddler, in the beautiful Hudson Valley north of New York City.

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Birth date: July 30, 1952
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tvines2
tvines2 rated it 1 year ago
This story is about a puppy named Biscuit who sneaks into school with his owner. Throughout the story, he learns about everything at a school and all what a students does on a normal day at school. I would use this in my classroom as a first day of school book to start off the day. This book could p...
Miss Tucker's Bookshelf
Miss Tucker's Bookshelf rated it 2 years ago
Biscuit decides he is going to sneak with his owner to go to school with her. In my future classroom I would want this book to be read and used as an activity. This activity would be introduced during the first few days of school. I would hope this would make my students feel more comfortable about ...
Miss Tucker's Bookshelf
Miss Tucker's Bookshelf rated it 2 years ago
In my future classroom I would share this book with the class by introducing the "All about me" week. I would relate Biscuit's owner to my students and talk about how they will be bringing something special from home with them to present to the class. This will engage the students to really put thou...
Lindzielouwho
Lindzielouwho rated it 3 years ago
This is another simple book, I would use it for kindergarten. Not very wordy and has flaps on the inside. This would be a fun book to read before Valentines day and to have different crafts that the class makes for each other after reading it. This is the book that I used for my Valentines Day activ...
Amara's Eden
Amara's Eden rated it 5 years ago
Biscuit and the Lost Teddy Bear is a Level 0 ("My First Shared Reading") I Can Read! book that is, according to the back of the book, "ideal for sharing with emergent readers". It is intended for children who aren't yet able to read independently.In a story aimed at the youngest of children, a puppy...
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