Launch for her picture book, A Stick Until . . .
A stick is just a stick until an elephant turns it into a flyswatter, an alligator uses it to catch prey, or a child uses a stick as a toy. Constance Anderson shows readers how a simple stick can become a tool or a toy in this enjoyable look at the many uses animals and people can find for sticks. Creative uses of sticks range from chimpanzees catching tasty treats to birds attracting mates. A fun book to read to an inquisitive child or for use in a classroom, A Stick Until shows the wonders of nature and the joys of imagination.
Constance Anderson is an abstract painter, graphic designer, and scientific illustrator. Her images, which combine paint and collage, are influenced by multiple faades of her work. In addition to making art, she teaches art and develops art curriculum. She lives in the Bay Area.