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An Author and Illustrator in One

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on 14 June 2015

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"Reading is great anytime. But summertime is the best! Those long, open-ended days...As a kid, summer was when I enjoyed three favorite things-- drawing, writing, and reading. Here's what I learned. If you keep drawing, you'll get better at it. If you keep writing, you'll get better at it. If you keep reading, you'll get better at everything!" -Tedd Arnold


Tedd first began work in advertising and graphic design

Then his wife, who taught Kindergarten, suggested that he write and illustrate children's books.

He published his first book in 1987 and now has published over 50 books.
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Tedd Arnold and his wife have 2 sons:
Their oldest son Walter inspired his first book
No Jumping on the Bed!
His youngest son, William, inspired his book
No More Water in the Tub!
So Many Ideas, So Many Books!
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Graduated college from the University of Florida with a degree in Art
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How Does Tedd Arnold Get His Ideas?
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Tedd Arnold
Many of his ideas come from things his children have said, from something he has seen outside, or from animals. His mind is always playing with ideas and making stories in his head so he writes his thoughts down.
Once the book is written, it's time to start illustrating!

Every book that Tedd Arnold illustrates goes through his 7 specific steps and are done in watercolor paints.
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