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Jennifer Wood

Jennifer Wood is the illustrator of:
- The Year of the Dragon
- The Year of the Snake
- The Year of the Horse .

These are the seventh, eighth, and ninth stories in the Tales from the Chinese Zodiac series.

Jennifer is a designer and illustrator currently working in the animation industry.

A native of Southern California she received her BFA from Cal State Fullerton where she majored in Illustration and Animation. She began her professional career as an intern at Nickelodeon Animation Studios in Burbank, CA and was hired full-time as a character designer upon graduation.

She has since worked as both a character and prop designer for various studios including Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, and Moonscoop.

With her versatile drawing skills her show credits include "The Fairly OddParents", "T.U.F.F. Puppy", "The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack", "Catscratch", "Strawberry Shortcake" and "Tak and the Power of Juju".

Along with designing Jennifer is also an accomplished illustrator and her work has received recognition from the Society of Illustrators, LA, The Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators and Ballistic Publishing.

Never without a sketchbook at hand, Jennifer is passionate about drawing, design, color and visual storytelling and much of her personal work focuses on her love for animals and children.

See more of her artwork at www.artofjwood.com.

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"The Year of the Dragon is a charming story with themes familiar to many children's books. The underlying message is one of cooperation, friendship, imagination and perseverance. These are by no means unique lessons in children's literature, but Jennifer Wood's whimsical illustrations set the story apart from the rest."
- Suite 101

Illustrated with bright, comic, energetic paintings...Chinese traditions about the zodiac circle are taught in this series of tales from the Chinese zodiac, making it fun and exciting for children to understand.
- Midwest Book Review

"teach your kiddos about Chinese culture with Oliver Chin and Jennifer Wood's book Year of the Dragon, one in a collection of Chinese Zodiac books that we're huge fans of."
- Cool Mom Picks


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