Lucy by Sally O. Lee, 20 pages soft cover with beautifully hand-drawn illustrations.
In this delightfully illustrated book, we take a journey with Lucy, the quiet, but adorable bunny, as she is disheartened to discover she cannot hear in one ear. She visits the doctor, goes for ice cream with her father, skates, draws, and dresses up for a masquerade ball with her cat, Seymour. In the course of her journey, Lucy learns the life-long lesson that every day is an adventure despite its difficulties.
The illustrator, Sally O. Lee, lives in Danvers, Massachusetts and is both an illustrator and painter. She is a graduate of Colby College with a BA in studio art/art history. During college, she also studied at the Lacoste School of the Arts in southern France. After college, Sally took further training at the Art Institute of Boston and the New York Studio School. Among her illustration works are, Nannies, Au Pairs and Babysitters: How to Find and Keep the Right In-Home Childcare For Your Family, by Jerri L. Wolfe. Her illustrations have been published in magazines including Worldlink Magazine and IEEE Spectrum. Sally has held several one-woman shows of her paintings and many are in private collections throughout the US. She also works for MIT's Laboratory for Computer Science.