Fixit the Dragon

Fixit the Dragon


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When Fixit, a little dragon gets the chance to chase his big dreams a lot goes wrong. He learns that if he keeps working hard and believing he in himself, he can achieve anything as long as he dares to dream.

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ISBN-13: 9781365516092
Publisher: MacLaren-Cochrane Publishing
Publication date: 07/25/2017
Pages: 38
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.10(d)
Age Range: 3 Months to 12 Years

About the Author

I am a children's book Publisher, Author and Illustrator. As well as, an Art Director for Clear Fork Publishing. I have found my love for writing and art is my joy in life so I made it my career. Now I help others to make their dreams come true. I am not only educated with a BFA in Creative Writing for Entertainment and an MFA In Creative Writing, as well as, pursuing my second Masters Degree in Illustration, I am also an autodidact in illustrating, screenwriting, and painting for over 20 years.

My love for art and writing began in my childhood with drawing and painting pictures with my mother and writing small stories. As a children's book author and Illustrator, I am able to incorporate my artistic ability and my writing skills together to create a life long career of magic.

I am also a published poet of "Trying Hard to Understand" and "Dance the Dance." In November 2015, I proudly self-published my first book, "Joy of Sisters" which was a personal project.

Having my art and writing studio in my home, I am surrounded by the love and support of my wonderful husband Todd and our children, which makes it easy to enjoy the work I do.

At this time, I am focused on Publishing others works of art, as well as, writing and illustrating children's books for myself.

In 2000, Anna graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw with Masters Degree in Fine Arts from the Department of Fine Art
Restoration. As a Conservator of Fine Art, Anna gained her experiences while working on restoring Wilanow Palace and baroque mural paintings in Zwierzyniec. Simultaneously to her work in art restoration, she studied painting under Professor Danuta Makowska and Professor Grzegorz Pabel
(1993-1998). Each year of her studies, she participated in the Academy's annual students' work exhibitions. Anna learned her art techniques by copying the greatest paintings at the National Museum in Warsaw. She worked with a variety of mediums such as oil painting, pastel, watercolor and tempera.
Anna grouped her works into diptych and triptych the same way the medieval altars were grouped. In her works, she employs the elements of Polish landscape, folklore and symbolism. Her style is characterized by the amalgamation of the realism and symbolism. The symbolism of her paintings articulates the beauty of human existence, dignity and values.
Anna transfers her fascination of human life onto the canvas. Her portraits are in-depth psychological studies of a common people, often children.
Furthermore, Anna engages in illustration and caricature graphics. In Poland, Anna cooperated with several publishers, such as Axel & Springer, Wilga, Unit, Nowa Era. During 1990 -1995, she illustrated children books and published several series of postcards. Since 2000, Anna settled down in Boston area and began her cooperation with such publishers as Pauline Books and Media Liturgical Publication, Inc. Additionally, Anna currently designs posters for Polish Film Festivals and other Polish events.

Anna Leliwa - conservator of Fine Arts, painter, illustrator. She graduated with master degree from Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Poland. Anna settled down in Boston's oldest art community, Fort Point, where she maintains her art studio.
Anna published several books in Poland and US. Being a conservator of Fine Arts makes her especially sympathetic for little dragon, Fixit, who was striving to do great job while fixing things.

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