Judy Schachner

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Judy Schachner

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Judy Schachner

About Judy Schachner

Books Written by Judy Schachner

Skippyjon Jones Cirque de OleSkippyjon Jones’ dream comes true when he meets up with the Tingling Brothers’ Circus. It is full of talented performing Chihuahuas and wild animals. Skippyjon Jones uses his big ears to form the base for a trembling dog tower. But, a bully messes up his plan.

Skippyjon Jones Lost in Spice Skippyjon Jones was crazy about mars. He knows Mars is red, because it is covered in chili powder. Skippito Friskito discovers his pals and green Martian-itos there, too. They start getting bossy, it’s up to Skippy to show those aliens who the real top dog is.

Skippyjon Jones in the Dog HouseSkippyjon Jones created his finest piece of artwork ever, which was a drawing on the wall. He got in trouble and had to go to time-out. He played with dogs throughout the night. They carried him back to his room.

The GrannymanSimon was a very old cat. With the exception of his nose, most of his parts stopped working long ago. Simon’s parents tried everything they could to help him. Simon was happy when a family took him home. A new kitten arrived at his home. When Simon’s family saw how well he took care of the kitten; they gave their dear old cat a new name, the Grannyman.

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Judy Byron Schachner was born on August 20, 1951 in Waltham, Massachuesetts. After moving to New Jersey, Schachner quickly realized she loved art - she liked to paint and draw, and she found she loved telling stories. After graduating with a B.F.A. in illustration from the Massachusetts College of Art in 1973, Schachner worked for a greeting card factory, designing cards with various themes. She was unhappy and not having fun. After marrying husband, Bob, and having two daughters, Schachner devoted all of her time to a portfolio of children’s book art. After a few self-illustrated children’s books, Schachner introduced Skippyjon Jones to the world, and has since been nominated and won several awards for her books. With her witty stories, memorable characters and playful illustrations, Schachner has created a world in which children learn and explore.

Contact Judy Schachner Email: JUDY@JUDYSCHACHNER.COM

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