Ashley Nuccitelli Sanborn is an award-winning artist who also happens to have designed a parade float. She has a B.A. in illustration from Brigham Young University, and her work has appeared on the cover of Leading Edge magazine and BYU's admissions and student services websites. Sanborn has illustrated three children's books: If Cancer Was A Fish - I'd Throw It Back (by Tiffany Berg-Coughran), Polar Bear Bowler: A Story Without Words, and The Dancing Flamingos of Lake Chimichanga by Karl Beckstrand.
(Arctic Humor, Spanish) "Charming wordless story...full of...polish and physical comedy" - Publisher's Weekly. Un oso polar va a la Antártica. Él nunca ha visto a un pingüino. A él se ven como algo divertido con el cual jugar. Para niños de 2 - 6 años; 30 ilustraciones (Cuentos sin palabras serie). Kids love to tell or write the story.
Quirky birds with a zest for life, revel, feast, and dance on the shores of a shimmering lake. Counting activity for ages 3 – 6 (350 words, 24 illustrations). "5 out of 5 stars…Playful, inspired, funny…full of fun! …Brilliantly colored!" - Jean B. Yates, Vine Voice Reviewer
Includes critically lauded Sounds in the House: A Mystery; Polar Bear Bowler: A Story Without Words; Why Juan Can’t Sleep; Bright Star, Night Star: An Astronomy Story. Includes finding, counting, and describing activities (ages 3 - 9 years). Humor, mystery, animals, stars, characters of color, and family fun
(Bedtime humor, sports) “A charming wordless story…full of…polish and physical comedy” – Publisher’s Weekly. The adventures of a polar bear who hitches a ride to Antarctica. He’s never seen penguins before; to him they look like something fun to play with. You tell/write the story (Stories Without Words series, Vol. 1 for ages 2 – 6); 30 illustrations