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Claudia Lenart
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Claudia Marie Lenart
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Prince preemie makes the list!

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"This is a delightful trip into a magical world called Puppy Kingdom. The illustrator, Claudia Marie Lenart, has done an incredible job with her fiber art to bring this story to life. " -- San Francisco Book Review

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Perceptive review of Prince Preemie and such nice complements of my needle felt illustrations.

http://www.lovelybookshelf.com/2017/02/prince-preemie-jewel-kats.html

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Youtube review and giveaway 

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Jenny and Her Dog Both Fight Cancer made the SLJ 2016 best list for Books with a message.
"I’ve seen a lot of books about what to do when a parent or grandparent has cancer. Not a ton about kids with cancer. Lenart’s art in this book is the true showstopper, though Kats’s writing does a good job as well. You know me. You know I have a low tolerance for books that don’t live up to their highest potential, and I tell you now that this book is worth owning in your library."

http://blogs.slj.com/afuse8production/2016/12/13/31-days-31-lists-day-13-2016-books-with-a-message/

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"I like the simplicity of Kats’ narrative, which is told in Jenny’s voice. Her picture book would be helpful to children who are dealing with cancer, whether their own, a family member or a pet. Claudia Marie Lenart’s beautifully illustrates the story with her hand-made fiber artwork. Her soft wool sculptures are magical and really make this story special"

https://childrensbooksheal.com/2016/09/30/jenny-and-her-dog-both-fight-cancer-by-jewel-kats/

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A very thoughtful review of Hansel & Gretel: A Fairy Tale with a Down Syndrome Twist. "a fairy tale adaptation that combines excellent illustrations with a powerful narrative that reminds readers that fairy tales are transformative. It is written as a children’s book, but has those moments of re-thinking that allow people of any age to question ideas of disability."

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Picture book illustration when the topic is sad, yet beautiful. The first book I illustrated was challenging and certainly opened my mind to what is possible.
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