Frogs, Amphibians and Their Threatened Environment

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About the author:
Susan Newman, a brand visibility designer and environmentalist is founder of FROGS ARE GREEN, Inc. Through this NJ nonprofit organization she shows how she feels about the Earth and is helping to spread the message that we need to save frogs, amphibians and other wildlife.

A graduate of the School of Visual Arts, Susan spent her early career working as a graphic designer and art director for various NYC publishers, including Macmillan and Penguin. In 1994, she established her own design firm, Susan Newman Design, Inc., Her clients range from individuals and small businesses to multinational corporations and span the U.S.A and abroad.

Susan has received numerous awards from organizations and publications including the Art Directors Club of New York, Desi, Graphis, the Print Regional Design Annual, The Society of Illustrators, Logolounge, and Graphic Design USA. Her work is represented in the permanent collection of the Library of Congress.

Susan has donated her design work to various organizations including Save The Frogs, Parc Mitsinjo, ACSAM (A Conservation Strategy for the Amphibians of Madagascar), the Hoboken 9/11 Memorial Committee, Jubilee Center Hoboken for Children, The Central Avenue Special Improvement District,, Actors Shakespeare Company, Hudson Theatre Ensemble,

Frogs, Amphibians and Their Threatened Environment

Discovery and Expression Through Art

Authored by Susan E Newman
Photographs by Devin Edmonds, Richard Bartlett, David Veljacic, Kerry Kriger
Edition: 1

164 Pages with more than 75 amazing photographs courtesy of Devin Edmonds, Kerry Kriger, David Veljacic, and Richard Bartlett and links to more than 12 videos.

by Susan Newman, founder of Frogs Are Green, Inc.

Children in K-3 are introduced to frogs, amphibians and the world that surrounds them. By learning about the Earth's environment and wildlife and having an understanding of the eco-system, they can creatively express themselves through art and share with others how everyone can help the earth by being eco-friendly. Students will be introduced to photographers and artists, both classical and current, who focus on nature and wildlife.

Publication Date:
0692427090 / 9780692427095
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8.5" x 11"
Full Color
Related Categories:
Art / Conservation & Preservation

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