Annie Higbee

About the author:

Always encouraged by her mother to write, Annie Higbee's first job after graduating from Cornell University was writing for her hometown newspaper in Westchester County, New York. She worked on feature articles and stories about the environment. One of her articles won Best Feature Article Award in the New York State Press Association. She continued on to work with The New York Times and Gannett Newspapers. Annie is a self-taught artist whose mediums include photography, drawing, painting, digital art, and sculpture. Her art has been exhibited in galleries in Maine and New Hampshire. Annie cares deeply for animals and is committed to helping them express their sentiments to the world. "Humans are not the only inhabitants on the earth and all creatures have a message that needs to be heard." Annie lives in Maine, USA, and Oaxaca, Mexico with her daughter, Cecile, and her doggie Bella, who is portrayed as the dog in this illustrated book. This is her first children's book. And Bella's first appearance.

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