Another Finished Book - Illustrated Published Book Done!
Hi Loyal readers,
Just a quick, but important announcement to make here: I am excited to share the the 3rd book I have illustrated for the Nurse Florence book series is now published and available for purchase on Lulu.com! The new book features a new style, new design for Nurse Florence, and a great set of medical drawings that help explain the issues of the Cystic Fibrosis disease and ways to explain to young ones how it impacts the human body with known treatments.
Mar 30, 2022
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
By (author): Michael Dow, Drawings by: Tim Kaney
US Trade (6 x 9 in / 152 x 229 mm)
About the Series
Sometimes it seems only a nurse can bring technical information down to an understanding that an ordinary person can grasp. The Nurse Florence® book series provides high quality medical information that even a child can grasp. By introducing young kids to correct terminology and science concepts at an early age, we can help increase our children’s health literacy level as well as help to prepare them for courses and jobs in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. We need more scientists so I hope that many children will enjoy this book series and consider a job involving science.
Check out other items on the store that I illustrated!
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Idea for Children's Book . . .
Loyd the next-door Monster by Tim Kaney
So yes, I had always thought that I might be good at writing and illustrating children's books. Not until the other day had I played around with anyone idea. Above, you can see the concept sketch for the main character and title of the book I thought about.
Since becoming a father of an amazing son, I have many times thought about the lessons of life he will learn and how many I might be able to help him understand. What better way than through a book?
Not sure yet what Loyd would do, but it might be about teaching kids to remain objective and not judge other by what society says about the type of person they are, look-like, or hang-out with.
At the very least, it was nice to do some fun sketching.
What do you think?
Uhm, I'm the guy who runs this website - artist, designer, writer, father, and husband . . . big whoop, wanna fight about it?!
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