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Award-winning illustrator Karen Jones began her career as a storyboard artist and editorial illustrator but it wasn't until she had children of her own that she discovered her true artistic passion: children's illustration. In addition to Midnight Madness at the Zoo, Karen has illustrated One Odd Day, My Even Day and My Half Day for Arbordale. She has also written and illustrated ABC Safari. Karen and her family live outside of Raleigh, NC. Karen's children join her on many research trips to museums, zoos and aquariums-a tough job, but someone has to do it! Visit Karen's website: http: //www.karenjonesillustration.com/
Craig's sturdy rhymes are faithful to the rhythm she establishes, and the occasional use of basketball jargon (defined in a glossary, included along with supplemental activity suggestions) adds welcome dashes of irreverence. - Publishers Weekly The aftermatter-basketball glossary, math activities, and information on endangered animals-makes this a solid-enough purchase for classrooms. - Kirkus Reviews Midnight Madness at the Zoo, is a delightful children's book that incorporates a love of basketball and animals. It's an imaginative tale that explains why the animals at the zoo are always sleeping. - The Old Schoolhouse Magazine