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Treasures of the Heart
by Alice Ann Miller
Poetic author Alice Ann Miller brings sentiment and importance to the treasures a child holds dear as he ever so cautiously shares them with his mother: "It's buried deep and very safe. I have it in my special place. Come along, it's through this door." Combining perspective with intricate detail and fanciful style, artist Kate Darnell allows us to envision our own treasures and to experience sharing them with those we love: "A yellow sock, my lucky rock...my favorite car, my cricket jar."
- Dewey: E
- Graphics: Full-color illustrations
- Suggested Interest Level: Age 0-4 - Age 6
- ATOS Reading Level: 1.9
- ATOS Interest Level: LG
- Accelerated Reader® Quiz: 81136
- Accelerated Reader® Points: 0.5
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Author: Alice Ann Miller
Alice Ann Miller was born in Muskegon, Michigan and has lived in the area all of her life. She is an avid reader who tries to write something every day, even if it is a simple journal entry.Alice Ann began writing at the age of 10. Her love of children and nature has been a source of inspiration for many of her poems and stories. She began to write professionally after being hired as a contributing writer for an online magazine, which was a subsidiary of NBC.com. Her articles contained topics of interest for children and teens. Her success in the online market inspired Alice Ann to pursue her lifelong dream of writing children's books and poetry. She is married and has four children. She enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.
Illustrator: K. L. Darnell
Artist Kate Darnell has been drawing for as long as she can remember and even after 20 years of doing it, is thrilled each day to be making her living at what she loves most to do—drawing pictures. She earned her BFA studying drawing and painting at the University of Michigan School of Art and Design. In addition to her freelance career as an illustrator and calligrapher, she is a part-time instructor of art at Lansing Community College. Her art has been described as "making you want to slow down and look." Her intricate drawings are achieved through many layers of tiny colored pencil marks on vellum paper. She lives in East Lansing with her husband and daughter.