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​Jeremy Jackrabbit Captures the Sun


​More tha​n 50 illustrations have been selected for Sasha and Rodney Glassmans' new book. Congratulations to the children whose illustrations were chosen:   


 
Maria Jose Aguero - Madison Park​​
Alexis Alonso - Westwood Primary School
Mady Aulicino - Pope John XXIII School
Yuridia Ballesteros - Camelview Elementary
Spencer Bodell - Madison Simis Elementary
Adrian Brown - Rose Lane Elementary
Jaxon Brown - Madison Simis Elementary
Pedro Ceron - Sevilla Primary School
Ricardo Chavez Alvarez - Cartwright School​
Xavier Ramon Fausto - Camelview Elementary
Ceana French - Arizona Charter Academy
Corin Friese - Madison Simis Elementary
Ariella Golden - Kyrene de los Esperanza
Hayden Gertchen - Madison Rose Lane
Osvaldo Guerrero - Valley View Elementary
Dylan Haddox - Madison Meadows
Jessa Jacobs - Madison Simis Elementary
Samantha Jimenes - Cartwright School
Lauren Keena - Pope John XXIII School
Adeline Kershner - Madison Simis Elementary
Celeste Lamadrid - Vista del Sur School
Evie Letter - Madison Traditional Academy
Sarah Lynd - Trailside Point
Ariana Martinez - Cartwright School
Carolyn Marucho - Madison Park
Victoria Mayo - Madison Meadows
Hillary McHugh - Rose Lane Elementary
Chloe McIntosh - Bright Beginnings​
Blake Melcher - Madison Heights
Maliah Navarro - Encanto School
Francia Nevarez - Cartwright School
Savannah Nordvold - Madison Heights
Sebastian Ortega-Nuñez - Benjamin Franklin Charter
Sandy Parra - Sevilla Primary School
Brianna Pecak - Madison Simis Elementary
Natalie Pol - Trailside Point
Trinity Powell - Madison Rose Lane
Stephen Purvis - Trailside Point
Adriana Reyes - Madison Park
Jennie Rojas - Madison Meadows
Marquairah Salazar - Kyrene del Milenio
Ashlee Sanchez - Madison Meadows
Victoria Solano - Pope John XXIII School
Hannah Stahmann - Emmanuel Lutheran School
Dineh Thornton - El Pastor Elementary
Marissa Torres - Trailside Point
Jasmine Trujillo - Camelview Elementary
Carmelita Trujillo - Camelview Elementary
Lilyana Vera - Tres Rios Elementary
Emma Wood - Madison Heights
Grace Wright - Madison Simis Elementary
Sophia Zimmerman - Alhambra Traditional School​
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