Rosita Y Conchita – Eric Gonzalez & Eric Haeger
Is a children’s book that teaches culture on so many levels. It explains the significance of Dia de los Muertos and the practices for that celebration. What makes this book unique is that its a bilingual book with English AND Spanish side by side. The story and the art really captures the spirit of Dia de los Muertos.
You can read more of their projects with the links below!
Heading home after a long drive and caught this scene in Chinatown with my phone.
The Adventures of Someday Mouse – Katherine Brannock
The Adventures of Someday Mouse created by the sweet and talented Katherine Brannock. Its an inspirational book and talks about things an individual will go through in life. Each page is illustrated with a whimsical picture of the mouse (my favorite is the one pictured on the left). Aside from being an illustrator Katherine is also a tattoo artist! You can follow her adventures and work with the links provided below.
Mojave Desert | National Preserve | Kelso Depot Visitor Center
Located on the 2nd Floor of the Kelso Depot Visitor Center is an exhibit about the railroad development/expansion in the U.S. It features equipment used, maps, posters/advertisements used to promote travel and some rooms restored as exhibits.