Yonder by Tony Johnston

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$15.95 hardcover 1-58685-180-2 10 x 9 in, 32 pp, Color Illustrations Throughout, Rights: W, Children Ages 5 to 8 "Tony Johnston's verse sings when it's read aloud Lloyd Bloom's oil paintings pulse with color, movement, and emotion." - The New York Times Tony Johnston majored in history at Stanford University, and is the author of many books, including Desert Dog and Desert Song. Born in Los Angeles, she now resides in San Marino, California. Illustrator Lloyd Bloom holds a master's degree in fine arts from Indiana University. An illustrator and painter, he lives in Brooklyn, New York.
 

About Tony Johnston

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Tony Johnston was born January 30, 1942, in Los Angeles, CA. After attending Stanford University where she earned a B.A. in History and an M.A in Education, she became a fourth-grade teacher. She has written over seventy books for children. Her titles include Amber on the Mountain, the Cowboy and the Black-Eyed Pea, Day of the Dead, the Ghost of Nicholas Greebe, the Sparky and Eddie series, and the Adventures of Mole and Troll. Her first adult novel was Any Small Goodness. Her works have earned her several awards including a Children's Choice Award for Four Scary Stories and the Beatty Award in 2002 for Any Small Goodness. Lloyd Bloom holds a master's degree in fine arts from Indiana University. An Illustrator and painter, he lives in Brookly, New York.
 
Published March 30, 1988 by Dial. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference. Fiction

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""There comes the farmer with a brand-new bride,/ Riding down the hills that roll forever."" Bloom's lush oils capture the verdant hillside and the country's untamed beauty.

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PopMatters

Yonder Mountain String Band's Ben Kaufmann and Dave Johnston sit down with PopMatters to discuss their ever-evolving sound, their alliance with the Harvest Festival, and why they never want to be That Bluegrass Band That Plays "Crazy Train".

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