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Publication Date: 2003
Publisher: Holiday House, Incorporated
Swain, Ruth Freeman, O'Brien, John A., O'Brien, John
John O'Brien is an illustrator, musician, and lifeguard. His cartoons appear in The New Yorker and other publications. The many books he has illustrated for children include "Red, White, Blue, and Uncle Who?:" "The Story Behind Some of America's Patriotic Symbols" by Teresa Bateman. Booklist praised his illustrations for that book for their "unexpected humour...playful action and comical details." John O'Brien divides his time between New Jersey and Florida.Swain, Ruth Freeman is the author of 'How Sweet It Is (And Was) The History of Candy', published 2003 under ISBN 9780823417124 and ISBN 0823417123.
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