These are just some of the illustrations in the book "Kugelicious" by Joan Robb of Florence MA
It was a pleasure to work on this story line! I really enjoyed bringing the main Character to life. I love the embroidery on her apron, I think it tells you a little about her just from that! She loves cooking and baking and taking pride in that she wears a beautiful, delicate apron. She whips up a tantalizing batch of Kugel, a noodle pie or pudding like dish. The smell wisps through the school and the town bringing lots of friends to her doorstep! What happens next? I will be having a link to the author of this book soon for more infor
Thanks for stopping by hope the illustrations made you smile.
FACT: I have been drawing since I was little. I think my mother said when I was born I came out with a package of Crayola crayons. From then on it's pretty much history. I was drawing princesses on the cellar wall going down the stairs (the walls were white it looked like a blank sheet of paper to me!). Of course, my mother found out and made me wash the wall immediately! I think I was five. My sister had wall duty too, when she drew horses my mother knew it was her. We had clean cellar walls that's for sure!