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Jamie has been busy...
These are the books that she's been illustrating for different publishers and authors. There's something for just about everyone!


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A Warmer World
by Caroline Arnold, illustrated by Jamie Hogan

Species by species, warmer weather alters ecosystems, forcing animals to adapt or become extinct. Reminiscent of a nature journal, this book will inspire readers to start their own research into this significant global issue. Young readers find a clear-eyed look at the effects of climate change on animals around the world.

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Cast On Bind Off
by Leslie Ann Bestor, illustrated by Jamie Hogan

This spiral-bound book shows you 54 step-by-step methods to start and end your knitting project, giving it the perfect edge.

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Ice Harbor Mittens
by Robin Hansen, illustrated by Jamie Hogan

Evocative pastels tell the story of two boys lost in the fog off a Maine coast, as a pair of old-fashioned compass mittens come in handy.

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Nest, Nook & Cranny

Poems by Susan Blackaby, illustrated by Jamie Hogan

A great primer of poems in all forms that also explores animal habitats with lively black and white illustrations.

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Seven Days of Daisy

Written and illustrated by Jamie Hogan

A colorful romp through the days of the week as a young island girl awaits a visit from Nana.

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Rickshaw Girl

by Mitali Perkins, illustrated by Jamie Hogan

A Bangladeshi girl struggles to be true to her heritage and her artistic talent in this award-winning story illustrated in black and white. Winner of Maine's Lupine Honor Award, and also the Jane Addams Peace Association's Honor Award.

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The Star Fruit Tree and other stories

by Sally Prue, illustrated by Jamie Hogan

Jamie illustrates the title Vietnamese folktale about the perils of greed, with an enormous raven in a starring role. Three other age-old tales from around the world are accompanied by images by other artists.

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Stephanie Pearl-McPhee Casts Off; The Yarn Harlot's Guide to the Land of Knitting

by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee, illustrated by Jamie Hogan

Welcome to the land of the yarn-obsessed in this humorous journey illustrated in line and collage.

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Maddie's Magical Ride

by Jeanann Alves, illustrated by Jamie Hogan

Maddie spends the day riding with her sister, Jeanie, on their friends, Mr. Dumpling and Merryleggs, around a snowy island filled with magical encounters.

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