Well-known as a consummate painter, illustrator and columnist, John Potter is an accomplished landscape and wildlife artist. A graduate of Utah State University; this is his eighth children’s book. Honors include the Robert Kuhn Award and Artist in Residence at the National Museum of Wildlife Art.
This delightful real-aloud story presents CARL, an
inquisitive chipmunk, as he uses his reading skills and thoughtful
planning to take care of a problem outside of the Museum. Colorful
illustrations by noted landscape and wildlife artist, John Potter,
visually engage young readers. This series continues to be a family
favorite with the newest book, Carl and the Shadow Hill Gang. The
stories about CARL and his friends are set inside and around the
National Museum of Wildlife Art. Distinguished by its mission and its
stunning location on a butte over-looking the National Elk Refuge north
of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and amid real wildlife habitat, the National
Museum of Wildlife Art of the United States is unique among American art
9"x9" 30 page hardcover book with dust jacket
Delightful full color illustrations
Release date: 9/ 2012
Printed in the USA on 10% post-consumer recycled paper using vegetable based inks
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