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I've been a professional Illustrator for over 40 years! Yes, time does pass us unnoticed, doesn't it, for I feel as fresh today as when I began in 1975!
I have a special liking for crafting illustrations for Children's Books from cover to cover, from traditional media to digital publications, it's all covered, including creative writing and translation services.
My new websites contain all the samples of what I've been up to in…Continue
Posted by Robert Rajabally on December 10, 2019 at 6:00am
In 2018, parents around the world can now enjoy a new digital publication with their kinds for the Kindle platform called Where I Live, My Life In A Single Day series : Brazil. A unique and richly illustrated eBook about a boy's adventures living in a region of the Atlantic Forest that follows Brazil's coastline. A fine way for kids to learn more about other kid's lives in countries they may know little about. Check it out here: https://amzn.to/2q34MQK.…Continue
Posted by Robert Rajabally on October 22, 2018 at 7:05am
Creating a better world begins when we recognize that we all share an amazing life on a planet filled with miracles. All it takes is going outside. Imagine this: everyone goes outside at the same time, sees the beauty of our planet,
feels at peace and gratitude during this moment. It is not a…Continue
Posted by Nancy Nason Guss on April 2, 2018 at 3:30pm
The Explorers were in the middle of snack time when we got the word, "Put your coats on and come outside for a few minutes. Brendan is here to tap the tree." We all stood up, put on our coats, and headed outside for a favorite combination Schoolmates/Bushy Hill Nature Center annual event: the tapping of the maple tree on our playground.
Posted by Ann Courcy on March 13, 2018 at 9:03am