Hardbound, 11” x 8.5”
by J. Philip Miller
illustrated by Stephanie Brash
As Milo Meander walks down the streets,
He gets the cold shoulder from each neighbor he meets.
Sam Snoozle, Sir Schlupp, and Miss Macy Bly,
Fred Frigate, Gumby, and Pudge pass him by.
But Milo learns how to break through the ice,
To discover his neighbors are really quite nice.
Milo is happy with his newfound good luck,
And so are his friends Dog, Frog, and Duck
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Milo Meander is a wonderful book filled with creative language, humor, and empathy. A very lively treasure with wonderful illustrations.
—Joan Larson, reading teacher
Milo Meander is such a comfortable, people-related book for all ages and filled with illustrations of vintage quality. A treasure for any library.
—Cynthia Rechlin, special education teacher
Milo Meander offers so much to readers or listeners of any age with new words to learn, illustrations to enjoy, and great fun to read aloud.
—Patricia Petrella, classroom teacher
Milo Meander is the complete package, consisting of colorful language, delightful rhyming, beautiful illustrations, and a peaceful conclusion.
—Linda Malcolm, classroom teacher
Children will never forget the pictures, rhyming cadence, and life affirming message sent to them in this charming and uplifting story.
—Frank Lyman, PhD, teacher and educational innovator
ABOUT THE AUTHOR & ILLUSTRATOR:
J. Philip Miller has been actively engaged in the education and entertainment of children for over forty years. Having attained a Master of Education degree from Harvard University, he taught elementary school grades three, four, and six in Newton and Lexington, Massachusetts. As a producer, director, and writer for children’s television for over twelve years, his credits include Sesame Street, 3-2-1 Contact, The Bloodhound Gang, and a number of NBC after school specials, receiving Emmy, Action for Children’s Television, and Peabody Awards for his achievements. Milo Meander is Phil’s second children’s book.
Stephanie Brash earned a Master of Fine Arts degree from Cranbrook Academy of Art and has worked in various creative fields for over 25 years, from puppet, set, and prop design to museum exhibit design. A ceramic enthusiast for almost a decade, Stephanie has exhibited her work in clay throughout the country. She is currently an artist and art teacher in western New York. Milo Meander is her first book.
For more information, www.milomeanderbook.com