Now showing at Artemis Gallery in Northeast Harbor.
Rebekah will be showing her artwork all summer at the Artemis Gallery in Northeast Harbor, Maine. The first show opens June 30th at 5-7 PM. Check their website for their summer hours. Rebekah has some beautiful carvings and small paintings to open the 2016 season.
Three of the winners: Bernd Heinrich for outstanding nature essay of 2016, “Chickadees in Winter,” published in Natural History Magazine. Kim Ridley who, with Rebekah Raye, received the Riverby Award honoring exceptional nature writing for young readers for their book “The Secret Bay.” And John Burroughs Medal winner Sharman Apt Russell for her book “DiaryContinue Reading
Rebekah Raye is visiting six Washington County schools with her books The Secret Bay and Swimming Home as part of the community-wide program, Alewives: Small Fish, Big Impact. Swimming Home is a story about Pesca the alewife, that feels the pull of her natal waters, Lily Lake, and migrates back home – only to be blocked on her journeyContinue Reading
The art from “The Secret Pool” leads off the Christian Science Monitor’s online gallery of children’s book art this week.
The John Burroughs Association is pleased to announce the results of its twenty-fourth annual Riverby Award competition for excellent natural history books for young readers. The four books on the 2013 list contain rewarding observations that come to naturalists, authors and illustrators after patient hours of personal observation. The awards will be presented on Monday,Continue Reading
Augusta – Nearly 350 librarians and educators from public and school libraries from around Maine converged on Augusta today for the 25th Annual Reading Round Up conference promoting reading and literature for children and young adults. One of the highlights of the event was an award ceremony honoring books, authors and illustrators representing excellence inContinue Reading