Japanese Haiku,16 Note Cards: 16 Different Blank Cards with 17 Star Patterned Envelopes in a Keepsake Box! (Other)
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You can now share the beautiful illustrations from My First Book of Haiku Poems with family and friends Illustrator Tracy Gallup's dreamy watercolor illustrations translate perfectly to these special note cards. Blank inside for your own message, these cards will convey a heartfelt message no matter the occasion. This collection of high-quality blank note cards showcases 16 colorful prints. On the back of each card is a haiku in English that goes along with the front illustration. This note card set includes:
- 16 folded blank note cards--3 3/4 x 4 1/2 inches (9.5 x 11.5 cm)
- 17 sealable envelopes (meet US Postal requirements for mailing with a standard stamp)
- A corresponding haiku on the back of each note card
About the Author
Esperanza Ramirez-Christensen is a professor at the University of Michigan and an award-winning teacher and scholar of classical Japanese literature. She has written extensively on the subjects of Japanese poets and poetry and Buddhist philosophy. Tracy Gallup is an author, illustrator and lifelong artist. She has a BFA from Eastern Michigan University and an MFA in painting from Syracuse University. Tracy worked as an elementary school art teacher for many years, and celebrates imagination and childhood in her own artwork. She is the author and illustrator of 9 children's books, including Paint the Night, A Roomful of Questions, four books in A Crazy Little series, King Cat, and also illustrated the books My First Book of Haiku Poems and Beastly Banquet. She lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan with her husband. As a child, Tracy had and loved her very own collection of Tuttle books.