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by Ana Monnar
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0976803534, Paperback)Clutter is a humorous children's color book written by Ana Monnar. The main character is a boy who could not be bothered by the clutter in his room. The father wished the boy would be less messy. However, the boy knew where all of his things were under each single pile. The clutter seemed to remain no matter what. Last but not least, the teen boy grew older and married, and guess what? His first born son grew and grew. When the young son became a teenager the story repeated itself. Have you read any of these books? Express Yourself 101: Dancing with Words is the first anthology of a series that went live in December of 2005 compiled by Award Winning Teacher, Ana Monnar. This first volume offers writers from the past, present and future. Ana Monnar is the author of Half Full, Or Half Empty?: A Collection of Poems, Poetry from Planet Earth, Gold and Glitter, Relax, Adoption? Thank God for That Option! English and Spanish versions, La ley del embudo, The Law of the Funnel, Bilingual English/Spanish and English versions, It Doesn't Matter, Hungry Woman, Heart of Stone, and now featuring Clutter. Ana Monnar is the mother of three teenagers. ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR - Ken Nebel - For me a picture should be a pleasant thing. There are quite enough unpleasant things in life without the need for us to manufacture more. The imagination of a child, full of fantasy creatures, and heroic kids, is a world set apart. Taking children on an adventure artistically through fairy tales, picture books, and book jackets is something I especially enjoy. I love listening to folk tales and telling stories, and my artwork mirrors that love. I specialize in my ability to instill human qualities in my animal characters, and my rich use of watercolor.
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