Locke, Gary 1963-
Locke, Gary 1963-
Home—Rogersville, MO. E-mail—[email protected]
Illustrator for books and advertising.
Larry Burkett with Kevin Miller, All about Treasure: Discovering the History, Purpose, and Effect of Money, FaithKids (Colorado Springs, CO), 2003.
Larry Burkett, with Kevin Miller, All about Talent: Discovering Your Gifts and Personality, FaithKids (Colorado Springs, CO), 2003.
Kevin Miller, Larry Burkett's All about Time: Discovering How the Calendar Affects You, FaithKids (Colorado Springs, CO), 2003.
Allison Bottke and Heather Gemmen, Friend or Freak, Faith Kidz (Colorado Springs, CO), 2004.
Allison Bottke and Heather Gemmen, Pastrami Project, Faith Kidz (Colorado Springs, CO), 2004.
Allison Bottke and Heather Gemmen, Get Real!, Faith Kidz (Colorado Springs, CO), 2004.
Ray Romano, with Richard and Robert Romano, Raymie, Dickie, and the Bean: Why I Love and Hate My Brothers, Simon & Schuster (New York, NY), 2005.
April Pulley Sayre, Bird! Bird! Bird!, NorthWord (Minnetonka, MN), 2007.
Biographical and Critical Sources
Kirkus Reviews, March 1, 2005, review of Raymie, Dickie, and the Bean: Why I Love and Hate My Brothers, p. 294; September 15, 2007, review of Bird! Bird! Bird!: A Chirping Chant.
Publishers Weekly, February 28, 2005, review of Raymie, Dickie, and the Bean, p. 65.
School Library Journal, June, 2005, Robin L. Gibson, review of Raymie, Dickie, and the Bean, p. 126; January, 2008, Martha Simpson, review of Bird! Bird! Bird!, p. 111.
Gary Locke Home Page,http://www.garyartgood.com (January 15, 2009).
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