The Valentines Code, The Key to Interpreting the Pages of Klassic Koalas: The Book of Valentines and Other Loves-Joanne Ehrich

  • Title: The Valentines Code, The Key to Interpreting the Pages of Klassic Koalas: The Book of Valentines and Other Loves
  • Author: Joanne Ehrich
  • Released: 2010-01-31
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  • Pages: 24
  • ISBN: 1441410252
  • ISBN13: 978-1441410252
  • ASIN: 1441410252


About the Author About the Author: Artist Joanne Ehrich's talent was recognized when she was one of only a hundred artists selected for "Sharkbyte Art," a public shark sculpture project on display in the streets of San Jose, California in 2001. The project was commemorated in the coffee table book American Art Parades. Not content to focus solely on artwork, Ehrich directed her talents in a different direction in 2004 when she founded Koala Jo Publishing, which is aimed at helping with wildlife preservation. There she wrote, designed, and published eleven books centered around one of the world's most beloved animals-the koala. For her first book, Koalas: Moving Portraits of Serenity, she recruited 120 photographers from 24 countries, resulting in a masterpiece that garnered over fifty five-star reviews not just for the stunning visuals and elegant layout, but also for its loving treatment of the iconic koala. The book was named "...the best collection of koala images" by the American Library Association. About Viviana Guzmán: Today, Viviana is a true success story. She is a vibrant, globe-trotting, jet-set gypsy flutist and dancer performing up to 80 concerts a year in 86 countries and in all seven continents including Argentina, Singapore, Bali, Egypt, Turkey, Italy, Greenland, Iceland, Sweden, South Africa, Namibia, Tahiti, Fiji, China, Japan and Korea. A graduate of the Juilliard School and former member of the New World Symphony in Miami as well as the Houston Grand Opera, her music carries influences from her travels as she performs Classical, Tango, Samba, Celtic and other World Music. She has performed with such luminaries as Placido Domingo, John Denver and Glenn Close and she's graced the stage of Carnegie Hall five times. pdf
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