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Loehr, Patrick 1968(?)-

Loehr, Patrick 1968(?)-

Personal

Born c. 1968.

Addresses

Home—Denver, CO. E-mail—[email protected]

Career

Artist, illustrator, and educator. Metropolitan State College, Denver, CO, instructor in illustration. Exhibitions: Artwork has been exhibited internationally.

Writings

SELF-ILLUSTRATED

Mucumber McGee and the Half-eaten Hot Dog, Katherine Tegan Books (New York, NY), 2008.

Mucumber McGee and the Lunch Lady's Liver, Katherine Tegan Books (New York, NY), 2008.

Biographical and Critical Sources

PERIODICALS

Kirkus Reviews, June 15, 2007, review of Mucumber McGee and the Half-eaten Hot Dog; September 15, 2008, review of Mucumber McGee and the Lunch Lady's Liver.

School Library Journal, September, 2007, Julie Roach, review of Mucumber McGee and the Half-eaten Hot Dog, p. 170.

ONLINE

Patrick Loehr Home Page,http://www.patrickloehr.com (October 10, 2008).

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