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Prize in the Snow book. Bill Easterling, Mary Beth Owens (Illustrator).
Prize in the Snow book. A young boy sets out one winter day to become a great hunter, but. A young boy sets out one winter day to become a great hunter, but when he catches a helpless rabbit, his plans change.
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Artist and illustrator Mary Beth Owens collaborated with Ethel Pochocki on. .
Artist and illustrator Mary Beth Owens collaborated with Ethel Pochocki on several books. Parenting magazine selected Owens's book A Caribou Alphabet as one of the ten best picture books of 1991, and her book Prize in the Snow was awarded the 1995 Lupine Award and the Christopher Award. Ms. Ownes lives in Walpole, Maine.
Mary Beth Owens, an artist who lives in Maine, has illustrated a number of well-received children's books. Featuring a text by Bill Easterling, Prize in the Snow follows a youngster's efforts to catch a rabbit with a homemade trap. In her self-illustrated debut, A Caribou Alphabet, Owens offers a variety of facts about the antlered creature.
Mary Beth is a museum tour guide and a supporting character in The Book of Life, who narrates the life story of Manolo's adventure and journey to a group of young kids who visited museum. Mary Beth wears a blue jacket over a white dress, a white bandanna on her neck, and black high heels. She has long orange hair, blue eyes, red lipstick, and wears small blue hat on the side of her head.
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