Frank Asch based his book on a story written by Crescent Giasullo though nothing came up under that name .
No wonder, with a Long before coloring for adults came into vogue, there was Gia and the One Hundred Dollars Worth of Bubblegum. This children’s story was sweet but it was the diminutive doodlings that caught my eye. In a way, it reminded me of Where's Waldo? without Waldo.
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When I discovered the work of children’s book creator Frank Asch, it was a little strange. I realized that I have been channeling his work, without ever seeing it. Caroline Dowsett’s work is inspired by the colours seen in every.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780070024182. Release Date:March 1974.
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Frank Asch is the author of many picture books aimed at young readers. Gia and the Hundred Dollars' Worth of Bubble Gum, McGraw-Hill (New York, NY), 1974. Good Lemonade, F. Watts (New York, NY), 1975. Monkey Face, Parents' Magazine Press (New York, NY), 1977.
Frank Asch - McGraw-Hill Companies, 1974. when they found an old dog with a hurt paw. Feels weird and strange to have been away from the interwebs for so long. I've been posting some over on my other blog, but mainly I've been working and taking care of family.