Clarks Summit native receives second award for children’s book ‘A, B, C, Disgusting’


Children’s author and illustrator Catherine Dawgert, a Clarks Summit native, recently received her second national award for her book, ‘A, B, C, Disgusting,’ an honorable mention for Best Children’s Book in the 2015 New York Book Festival. The book’s first award was a Moonbeam Children’s Book Award gold medal for Best Illustrator. The book is published by the local company Woodland Way. The publisher will be at Creekside Gardens Summer Sunshine Fest July 18-19 and at Arts on the Square July 25 at Courthouse Square in Scranton.


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Children’s author and illustrator Catherine Dawgert, a Clarks Summit native, recently received her second national award for her book, ‘A, B, C, Disgusting,’ an honorable mention for Best Children’s Book in the 2015 New York Book Festival. The book’s first award was a Moonbeam Children’s Book Award gold medal for Best Illustrator. The book is published by the local company Woodland Way. The publisher will be at Creekside Gardens Summer Sunshine Fest July 18-19 and at Arts on the Square July 25 at Courthouse Square in Scranton.

Children’s author and illustrator Catherine Dawgert, a Clarks Summit native, recently received her second national award for her book, ‘A, B, C, Disgusting,’ an honorable mention for Best Children’s Book in the 2015 New York Book Festival. The book’s first award was a Moonbeam Children’s Book Award gold medal for Best Illustrator. The book is published by the local company Woodland Way. The publisher will be at Creekside Gardens Summer Sunshine Fest July 18-19 and at Arts on the Square July 25 at Courthouse Square in Scranton.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_ABJ-Author-Award.jpgChildren’s author and illustrator Catherine Dawgert, a Clarks Summit native, recently received her second national award for her book, ‘A, B, C, Disgusting,’ an honorable mention for Best Children’s Book in the 2015 New York Book Festival. The book’s first award was a Moonbeam Children’s Book Award gold medal for Best Illustrator. The book is published by the local company Woodland Way. The publisher will be at Creekside Gardens Summer Sunshine Fest July 18-19 and at Arts on the Square July 25 at Courthouse Square in Scranton. Submitted artwork
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