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Award-winning author/illustrator Melissa Sweet introduces Tupelo, an abandoned dog, who must find a new home for herself and her sock toy, Mr. Bones. With creative language and brilliant...

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Tupelo Rides the Rails
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Description of "Tupelo Rides the Rails"

Award-winning author/illustrator Melissa Sweet introduces Tupelo, an abandoned dog, who must find a new home for herself and her sock toy, Mr. Bones. With creative language and brilliant illustrations, Melissa shows how home is sometimes found in the most unexpected places.

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There is more than one author with this name Melissa Sweet grew up in a suburban neighborhood that had lots of kids, kick-the-can games on summer nights, and Percy's candy store right nearby. Later she received her Associate's Degree from Endicott Junior College in Beverly, Massachusetts, and studied art at the Kansas City Art Institute. Sweet began began illustrating children's books in 1986 and h There is more than one author with this name Melissa Sweet grew up in a suburban neighborhood that had lots of kids, kick-the-can games on summer nights, and Percy's candy store right nearby.

Later she received her Associate's Degree from Endicott Junior College in Beverly, Massachusetts, and studied art at the Kansas City Art Institute. Sweet began began illustrating children's books in 1986 and has illustrated more than 60 books. Her work can also be seen in magazines, on posters, children's toys and food packaging.

Sweet's signature style of whimsical watercolors is often enhanced by collage art when she finds objects and details that are appropriate to the story. Sweet lives with her husband and step-daughter in a small coastal Maine village near a working harbor. Above her drafting table there's a quote from the poet Mary Oliver: "To pay attention, this is our endless and proper work".

Sweet says "That's good, because I often find myself taking walks, gardening, biking, but I'm taking it all in and it somehow shows up in my books.

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