Individual Author Record
Name: Miles WisniewskiPen Name: None Genre: Illustrator Audience: Children; Born: in
-- Blog -- http://milesjw.blogspot.com/
-- Website -- http://cargocollective.com/mileswis/Miles-Wisniewski
-- +Wisniewski Miles Wisniewski on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=Miles
Illinois ConnectionWisniewski lives in Chicago.
Biographical and Professional InformationMiles Wisniewski has written and illustrated several books for children. He is also the illustrator of the Chungaboo Language Series of educational eBooks and an interactive, multilingual App. Miles is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago, where he received a B.A. in Fine Arts and a Provost Research Scholarship to pursue his work in children's literature. He has worked with comic book artists, literacy organizations, and independent bookstores and is a member of SCBWI.
- Einstein the Science Dog, Shining Hall, 2016 - written by Illinois author, [http://www.illinoisauthors.org/authors/Melissa_Morrissey Melissa Morrissey]The Well, Chungaboo, 2013 - written by Mya Schaefer
Titles At Your Library
ISBN: 193832398X Chungaboo. 2013 Nestled in bed, dreams fill my head, when a tap on my window is heard. Wipe sleep from my eyes, to find a surprise, in the form of a beautiful bird. Should I follow his lead? Should I stay or proceed? He has taken me to the well. My curiosity grows, about what it below. There is only one way to tell.
Einstein the Science Dog: Lost and Found
ISBN: 0986159794 Shining Hall. 2016 Einstein was a happy little guy, living with the old man who loved science. But one day everything changed, and Einstein found himself lost and alone. "Einstein the Science Dog: Lost and Found" is the first in a series of books which combine a children's story about Einstein the Science Dog and concepts from the Next Generation Science Standards. The book is printed in Dyslexie font to make it easier to read for students who are dyslexic.