Materials: watercolor, paper, print, illustration, story
HOW CHIPPY LOST HIS TAIL is an animal fable for children, young adults ( and older ones too) .
It's about a chipmunk who's so obsessed with his cell phone, he does actually lose his tail.
I wrote it as a reminder to busy people like myself, that no matter how much you have to do;
you need to stop; take time to relax; and take notice of the beauty that's all around you.
NINA HOWES is a nurse, an activist, and a writer.
Her stories have been published by Kaplan Publishing, and University of Iowa Press.
Her documentary “Oral Histories of the Lower East Side” is published by History Press.
Her plays have been produced off-off Broadway.
She was born and raised in New York City.
On her days off she can be found at the park watching all of God’s creatures.
FULVIA ZAMBON is an illustrator and a painter.
She was born in Turin, Italy and settled in New York in the 1990’s.
Her illustrations have appeared in The Washington Post,The Los Angeles Times, Essence, Fortune.
In Italy her work has been shown for twenty years on the covers and in the editorials of Fashion,
Grazia Mondadori, Donna, Sette Corriere Della Sera.
She has illustrated several books published by Mondadori and Scholastic.
Fulvia has won many prizes from the Art Directors Club and her paintings are in major collections.
Her work is exhibited in galleries and museums in New York, Italy, Switzerland, Germany and Japan.
She adores cats and lives with four furry friends.
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