By: Courtney Acampora and Maggie Fischer
Illustrated by: Lindsay Dale-Scott
Published: January 8, 2019
Publisher: Silver Dolphin Books
The first title in the new WILD BIOS series for toddlers featuring well-known historical figures with a bit of a twist is a great way to have fun while reading and teaching.
This book is based on the Mexican artist, Frida Kahlo. Her works included portraits and self-portraits while using Mexico’s popular culture and nature as inspiration.
Kids will think their parents are being silly while reading this story of Frida Kahlo’s life. First, changing her name to Friday
The illustrations are adorable, brightly colored, and reminiscent of Frida’s art. You can see Frida’s art at the famous “
Courtney Acampora holds a BA in art history from San Diego State University and a Master’s from the University of Arizona. She currently works in publishing. Her lifelong love for art and books gave her the opportunity to write books for kids. She currently lives in San Diego, California.
Maggie Fischer is originally from Oregon but moved to San Diego, California after receiving her BA in English from Gonzaga University. As the daughter of a librarian, books have always been in her blood. She relishes the opportunity to write and edit books for kids.
Lindsay Dale-Scott is an illustrator and designer from NE Ohio. Lindsay has done artwork for children’s books as well as greeting cards. She loves drawing animals, birds, and florals as well as historical and decorative figures.
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