By Devin Scillian
Following the good fortune of S is for Sunflower: A Kansas Alphabet, husbandand- spouse writer staff Devin and Corey Scillian subscribe to illustrator Doug Bowles in one other rousing nation tribute. One Kansas Farmer: A Kansas quantity publication "counts out" an enjoyable and academic travelogue of the state's historical past, geography, well-known humans, and areas. subject matters contain the dancing prairie chickens and the discovery of the microchip. Corey and Devin Scillian are graduates of the college of Kansas. They now reside in Michigan the place Devin anchors the inside track for WDIV-TV in Detroit. Devin's different kid's books comprise the bestselling A is for the US: An American Alphabet and Brewster the hen. Doug Bowles enjoys operating with quite a lot of consumers in ads, company, and editorial jobs, in addition to within the kid's ebook marketplace. He additionally enjoys engaged on fantastic artwork collections and exhibits often in galleries round Kansas. Doug lives in Leawood, Kansas.
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