Humorous Illustrations by Steve Gray who has illustrated many popular books for children. Tiki cartoon, Hawaii, cartoon character, custom cartoon character. Hula dancer, surfer on wave, cowabunga, dog wags tail, hyper dad with cup of joe, grasshopper, blow dry cartoon dog, big cartoon groom, happy onion, Guacam-Ole! squashing grapes, cartoon wine lady, cartoon blender.
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Humorous Illustrations by Steve Gray who has illustrated many popular books for children. cartoon pig, cartoon sheep, cartoon Siamese cat, cartoon frog.
Humorous Children's Book Illustrator Steve Gray, Farmer McPeepers and His Missing Milk Cows, There Was a Coyote Who Swallowed a Flea, There Was an Old Monkey Who Swallowed a Frog, There Was an Old Pirate Who Swallowed a Fish, Cow Can't Sleep, The Ant Who Walked From New York to L.A., There Was an Old Martian Who Swallowed the Moon, Ravenous Raven, These are all very popular children's books with kids.
There Was a Coyote Who Swallowed a Flea
Farmer McPeepers images
Farmer McPeepers and His Missing Milk Cows by Jennifer Ward Illustrated by Steve Gray
From School Library Journal
Kindergarten-Grade 3-Farmer McPeepers's cows "are up to no good." They've snitched the nearsighted man's glasses and taken off for a day on the town. He looks for them at the fishing pond, the swimming hole, the playground, the ballpark, and even the "moovies." Of course, the joke is on the myopic farmer as the cows are playing and cavorting in full view. They're fishing and boating, swimming, and Rollerblading. The stands are packed with bovine fans cheering on the Bulls. And there's a long line of cows waiting at the theater to see Cowabunga Summer. After searching unsuccessfully all day, Farmer returns to the barn where he notices something shiny-his glasses. He dons the specs just in time to see the dairymaids' return. The last page reveals the milkers planning their next vacation. The text plays the "straight man" while the illustrations give the punch lines. However, the real humor is in the garishly colored cartoons. The artist, whose trademark style includes large bulging eyes, has covered Farmer's swollen orbs with squinty eyelids, but the other characters have their eyes wide open. Interesting angles and points of view make these paintings a step above many cartoon illustrations. Young listeners will love the silliness while beginning readers will giggle at the more obvious jokes. Older readers will catch the more subtle humor.-Carolyn Janssen, Children's Learning Center of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, OH Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Award-winning author Jennifer Ward presents There was a Coyote Who Swallowed a Flea, a whimsical children's picturebook offering an outrageous take on a common children's nursery rhyme. Following the exploits of a hungry coyote who sets out to gulp down everything in sight - and the perplexed appetizers socializing in his tummy - There was a Coyote Who Swallowed a Flea blends the vibrant, cartoony art of Steve Gray and singsong rhythm to create a rollicking funny tale. "He swallowed the cactus to go with the chile. / He swallowed the chile to season the bird. / He swallowed the bird to catch the snake. / He swallowed the snake to catch the lizard. / He swallowed the lizard to catch the flea, / Plucked from his knee, that tickly flea. / Yippe-o-ki-yee?" -- Midwest Book Review
There Was an Old Monkey Who Swallowed a Frog by Jennifer Ward illustrated by Steve Gray
The popular cumulative nonsense rhyme, "There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly" is the inspiration for this fun parody. The digital artwork adds to the wild uproar with kinetic scenes of pop-eyed monsters that bump and squash each other and squawk through the jungle before an old monkey swallows them whole and mixes them together. The grotesque images, with the creatures and foods crowding into the monkey's ever-expanding belly, sometimes feel too packed, but the rhyming words, which stay true to the original song's rhythm, are fun for reading aloud: "I don t know why he swallowed the frog. / What a hog!"; Young children will join in with slurping and burping noises of their own as they relish the repeated silly sounds and gross-out animal action. --Booklist, March 2010
There Was an Old Pirate Who Swallowed a Fish by Jennifer Ward illustrated by Steve Gray
Ahoy there, me hearties! This is a fun new take on “There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly.” The colorful and zany cartoon art does a phenomenal job of capturing the absurdity and hilarity of this outrageous spin-off. A harum-scarum old pirate encounters misfortune at sea as he ingests one unpalatable item after another. From a whole fish to a chest of gold to a large ship, these unappetizing items lead to the untimely demise of this sea-worn picaroon. The text is engaging and melodic. Boys and girls alike will love to sing each comical new verse. Anticipation builds as each item introduced grows larger and larger and children eagerly await the dramatic ending. The digitally created illustrations are boldly colorful and delightful. Children will linger on each page, not wanting to miss any details. Although many collections contain numerous versions of this tale, this one is modern and highly appealing. The cumulative and repetitive nature of the story is great for actively involving the youngest readers/listeners.–School Library Journal
Cow Can't Sleep by Ken Baker illustrated by Steve Gray
Steve Gray is the illustrator of There Was an Old Monkey Who Swallowed a Frog and There Was an Old Pirate Who Swallowed a Fish, both written by Jennifer Ward, as well as Farmer McPeepers and His Missing Milk Cows by Katy Duffield. His six-minute animated short film, Santa’s Camels, has been shown in more than sixty film festivals around the world. He lives in Redondo Beach, California. Learn more: www.stevegrayillustration.com
The Ant Who Walked from New York to L.A. by Andy Hardie-Brown illustrated by Steve Gray
There Was an Old Martian Who Swallowed the Moon by Jennifer Ward illustrated by Steve Gray
From the creators of the bestselling There Was an Old Monkey Who Swallowed a Frog comes a silly, “out of this world” rendition of the popular “Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly” song.
Join the old Martian as he swallows the moon, a comet, a rover, and more! Then he blasts off in his spaceship—beep, beep, ZOOM! Zany illustrations show the alien’s belly growing and growing as he eats his way through the galaxy. But what happens when the Martian gets to the sun? Jennifer Ward’s silly text and Steve Gray’s lively artwork take readers “out of this world” in this fun adaptation of the popular song.
Coming Summer of 2015 The Ravenous Raven by Midji Stephenson illustrated by Steve Gray.
The Ravenous Raven is one hungry bird! As he travels around the Colorado Plateau, he feasts on whatever he sees. He's not picky! After he encounters a family having a picnic, Raven is too round and fat to move, which could spell trouble for the greedy bird Steve Gray has illustrated many popular books, including the local best-seller "There Was a Coyote Who Swallowed a Flea" by Jennifer Ward. He lives in California
There Was an Old Mummy Who Swallowed a Spider by Jennifer Ward illustrated by Steve Gray will be released August 10, 2015.
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