A. N. Kang
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About A. N. Kang
A. N. Kang started her career designing giftware, greeting cards and holiday installations all over New York City. In 2016, She debuted as an author and illustrator with a picture book titled ‘The Very Fluffy Kitty, Papillon’. Since then, she has been working as a children's book author and illustrator. Her books include, ‘My Big Bad Monster’, ‘Celebrate You!’ and ‘The Squirrel Family Tree’. You can see more of her work online at www.annakangdesign.com.
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Printz Honor winner and National Book Award Finalist Elana K. Arnold is back with this irresistible story of a girl, her chicken, and a few new friends, superbly illustrated by A. N. Kang.
It's Willa's first birthday -- a day that doesn't come along...every day. In fact, it only comes once and Starla Jean is going to make the best out of it for her baby sister. How?
All she has to do is:
-keep Opal Egg entertained
-get ingredients for a cake
-try to get Opal Egg to lay an egg
-come on, Opal Egg! How hard is it to lay an egg? You're a chicken!
-bake the cake
-Give Willa the best first birthday party ever!
But, in typical Starla Jean fashion, a few surprises are waiting to derail the determined girl... but could they be...good surprises?
From New York Times-bestselling author Beth Ferry and illustrator A.N. Kang comes a tale filled with fantastic word play that will have kids laughing and insisting, "No nibbling!"
One warm spring day, Derwood the goat planted a garden and patiently tended it as it grew. On that very same day, he noticed a dandelion puff--it was too early in the season, but Derwood was taking no chances. Growing a garden is risky business, after all. But as Derwood inspected the dandelion, he realized it wasn't a weed. It was a bunny! With Tabitha, a precocious bunny who is very interested in all the tasty vegetables, hopping on the scene, what ensues is a pun-filled tale that will leave you saying, "No nibbling!"
What makes an oak tree an oak tree and what makes a squirrel a squirrel? In Squirrel's Family Tree, things aren't always what they seem. As squirrel searches for, finds, and hides her acorn treasures beneath the shadows of the great oak trees in the forest, little does she know the role she plays in creating the very environment she forages in.
With masterful illustrations by Papillon illustrator A. N. Kang and delightful, sweet rhymes by New York Times bestseller Beth Ferry, this read-aloud masterpiece about the beauty of nature and the intricate relationships that make it flourish is sure to become an instant classic.
One particularly sunny day, he floats right out the window! Exploring the wide world is exhilarating, but it's also a little scary. Will his new friend, a bird, be able to help him find his way home?
Whimsical art and airy text come together seamlessly in this delightful debut by A. N. Kang.
Printz Honor winner and National Book Award Finalist Elana K. Arnold makes her chapter book debut with this charming story of a girl and her chicken, irresistibly illustrated by A. N. Kang.
Introducing Starla Jean!
She's full of moxie, clever as a fox, and obsessed with catching a chicken she finds at the park.
When Starla first sees the scrawny bird wandering around, she just knows they're destined for one another. Her dad says, "If you can catch it, you can keep it," and Starla Jean is not one to back down from a challenge.
This sweet picturebook with energetic art by A. N. Kang will strike a chord in readers both big and small.