A New England Scrapbook by Loretta Krupinski
A Journey Through Poems, Prose, and Pictures

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"Brief descriptions, lively verse by a handful of poets, and most importantly, Krupinski's stunning art together answer the question, 'What Is New England?' The poetry is well-matched to Krupinski's gouache and colored-pencil illustrations, which evoke scenes in all six New England states. Krupinski takes the reader on an edifying and enjoyable excursion."—Publishers Weekly.

 

About Loretta Krupinski

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Krupinski has illustrated many beautiful books for children.
 
Published May 12, 1994 by HarperCollins. 40 pages
Genres: Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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In striking visual contrast, the next spread shows a girl picking cranberries in a deeply hued Cape Cod bog, aptly described in the opening lines of Nancy Dingman Watson's accompanying verse: ``In Cranberry Bog / I sit on a log / and dabble my toes in a ditch / and consider the cranberry crimson ...

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