Listener Submitted Reviews #11

Saturday, April 14, 2007.

In this episode, a very nice audio comment from illustrator Andy J. Smith, member of PictureBookArtists.org, and two Listener Submitted Reviews:

Many thanks to Livia, Andy and Jillian for participating in JOMB and to those of you who have sent us feedback via email and have spread the JOMB word in your own circles. We really appreciate your support.

Listeners who submit reviews before May 30, 2007 will be entered in a draw to win an autographed copy of The Call to Shakabaz.

If you would like to share your thoughts on a favourite children’s book, please send your review (five-minutes or less) as an MP3 file in email to justonemorebook@gmail.com, phone it in to our listener feedback line (206-350-6487), leave a two-minute MyChingo, or send your text review in email.

3 Comments »

Comment by David Hohn

April 15, 2007 @ 7:05 pm

I’m one of those members of Picture Book Artist Association (PBAA) who found out about this site from Andy Smith. I gotta’ say I love what’s going on here!

A doubly plesant surprise was to listen to the recent podcast and find out that another Portland Oregon based illustrator, Andrea U’ren was featured. She’s super talented. I had the pleaure of seeing some of the original art from “One Potato Two Potato” in a recent gallery show of local children’s illustrators.
I’m looking forward to listending to other reviews!

-David Hohn
http://www.davidhohn.com

Comment by Just One More Book!!

April 15, 2007 @ 8:26 pm

Welcome David!

Thanks so much for listening and for taking the time to share your thoughts and enthusiasm.

I couldn’t find your children’s books on your http://www.DavidHohn.com site so I’m linking to your books via amazon.com here, in case anyone else wants a peek. They look lovely!

Andrea

Comment by Jillian Curtis

April 16, 2007 @ 8:42 am

I just wanted to say that I own the book that you helped co-write David, “God Gave Us Christmas.” It certainly shows the meaing of Christmas without taking the magic away from Santa, very well done. :)

Jillian Curtis
http://www.jilliancurtis.com

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