A is for… fruit A to Z provides a great way to teach children ages three to five the ABCs and introduce 26 varieties of nutritious fruit. The first eight pages illustrate what a fruit is while the next 52 pages illustrate each letter of the alphabet along with 26 color photographs of fruit beginning with apple and ending with zucchini.
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About the Author
Jennifer Dana Deane is an award-winning fine art and commercial photographer, screenwriter and digital media artist. She is the author of the screenplay Lies & Spies; and designer, photographer, author and/or editor of numerous books. Jennifer’s photographs have been exhibited at the Naples Museum at the Philharmonic Center for the Arts as well as many art shows throughout Florida. Her architectural photography has appeared in national and international books and magazines including Architectural Digest, Conde Nast publications and Trends.
An interest in history and ancient cultures has led Jennifer to research and photograph in over 21 countries. Through her travels abroad, Jennifer has created a large collection of fine art and stock photography of Italy, including Tuscany, Umbria, Liguria, Venice, and the Lake Region; France including Paris, Languedoc, Provence, and the Cote d’Azur; Greece including Athens, and eight islands; Istanbul; Prague; Portugal; Spain; the Netherlands; and Germany. Jennifer’s fine art photography is available in the FINE ART SHOP of this website and her stock imagery can be purchased at Alamy, the United Kingdom stock photo agency.
Jennifer began her study of writing, art and design while attending Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania. With a B.A. in English from Allegheny, she went on to pursue a photography degree from the Southeast Center of Photographic Studies. In photography school, Jennifer received scholarships from companies such as Fuji Film USA and the Professional Photographers Association of America, as well as working as the Staff Photographer for Daytona State College and freelancing for United Press International at the Daytona Speedway. Immediately after graduating with highest honors, Jennifer was hired by the Walt Disney World Photography department to photograph advertising campaigns, celebrities, motion picture stills on sound stages and the architecture of new hotel properties. After Disney, Jennifer opened a studio in Naples from where she based her architectural photography business throughout the Southwest Florida building boom of the late 90s and early 2000s. Currently, Jennifer divides her time between Florida and New York City while writing and designing from her laptop computer.
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