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Lea Lyon, San Francisco illustrators' day coordinator

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Lea LyonSan Francisco illustrators' day coordinatorAs a child Lea wanted to be a children's book illustrator when she grew up.Then she grew up and forgot all about her dream.Although she took many art classes and painted in oils in Jr. High and high school, her creative outlet while she was raising a family was making puppets, humorous dolls and soft sculpture mannequins, all of which she sold to stores.Eventually she went back to school, got an MBA and started working in the high tech field. When she saw a listing in the UC Berkeley extension catalogue for a class in "Illustrating Children's Books" she remembered her dream and took the class.She joined SCBWI and has attended many conferences and workshops.She continues to take painting classes to hone her craft and also paints portraits of children.Her portfolio won awards twice at the National SCBWI conference and now she is a published illustrator. Her dream has come true. Lea has illustrated two award-winning picture books for Tilbury House Publishers.


Reach and Teach - Operation Marriage

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We were so honored when Cynthia Chin-Lee offered us the opportunity to publish this book and were incredibly thrilled when Lea Lyon agreed to do the illustrations.
Cynthia's book, based on a wonderful true story and illustrated with warmth and love by Lea Lyon, is one that can help us learn about, value, and support all families. Lea Lyon is an award-winning children's book illustrator, painting teacher and portrait artist who has made a childhood dream come true. She wanted to be a children's book illustrator, but as an adult did many other things instead, including getting an MBA and working in hi tech. Now, at long last, Lea is a children's book illustrator with four published trade picture Lea's most recent book, "The Miracle Jar," is a Chanukah picture book by New York Times best-selling author Audrey Penn. (Tanglewood Books, 2008) It came out in paper back in October, 2010. Lea is an active member of The SCBWI (Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.) She is the Illustrator Coordinator of the San Francisco region of SCBWI


Tilbury House Publishers » Say Something

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Illustrator: Lea Lyon
Lea loved to draw and paint as a child, and she wanted to be a children's book illustrator. She ended up raising a family, going back to school for an MBA, and working in the corporate world, but she kept painting. Now, at long last, Lea is a children's book illustrator with five published picture books: Say Something, Playing War, Keep Your Ear on the Ball (all with Tilbury), The Miracle Jar, and Operation Marriage. She lives in Richmond, California


www.tilburyhouse.com

Illustrator: Lea Lyon
ISBN: 978-0-88448-261-1 Lea loved to draw and paint as a child, and she wanted to be a children's book illustrator. She ended up raising a family, going back to school for an MBA, and working in the corporate world, but she kept painting. Now, at long last, Lea is a children's book illustrator with five published picture books: Say Something, Playing War, Keep Your Ear on the Ball (all with Tilbury), The Miracle Jar, and Operation Marriage. She lives in Richmond, California


www.scbwisf.org

Lea Lyon
Illustrator's Day Coordinator


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