CARL has a problem. Though he loves school, this inquisitive chipmunk has a difficult time understanding what math is all about. Noted painter and illustrator John Potter and award-winning author Lynn Estes Friess again team up to present an engaging read-aloud story, sure to delight young readers. The stories about CARL and his friends are set inside and around the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Distinguished by its mission and its stunning location on a butte overlooking the National Elk Refuge amid real wildlife habitat the National Museum of Wildlife Art of the United States is unique among American art museums.
• 9" x 9" 30-page hardcover book with dust jacket
• Delightful Full-color illustrations
• Release Date: 9/2013
• ISBN: 9780615851877
• Printed in the USA on 10% post-consumer recycled paper using vegetable-based inks
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High on a hill just outside Jackson, Wyoming sits a wonderful museum that showcases the premier collection of wildlife art in the United States, the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Lynn Friess wrote Carl to introduce and engage children to the wonders of wildlife art and this amazing facility and resource.
A grandmother of fourteen, this is Lynn’s second children’s book. An avid art collector, she shares this delightful tale with you and her grandchildren.
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.