Harbo, Gary

Contact Information
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.garyharbo.com

Book Category: Nonfiction,Picture Books
Age Group: 2-10


Where Are My Parents? Kutie Kari Books, 2019.

A to Z Come Read With Me Kutie Kari Books, 2018.

Hey Little Honey, What Did You See? Kutie Kari Books, 2016.

Hey Little Buddy, What Did You See? Kutie Kari Books, 2015.

Santa’s Secret Gift. Kutie Kari Books, 2014.

The Rocky Mountain Adventure. Kutie Kari Books, 2013.

How to Draw 104 Cartoons with Gary Harbo Kutie Kari Books, 2009. (2013 2nd printing, 2019 3rd printing)

Where Is My Sister? Kutie Kari Books, 2008.

The Northern Woods Adventure. Kutie Kari Books, 2004.

The Black Hills Adventure. Kutie Kari Books, 1997. (2002 2nd printing, 2008 3rd printing)

The Great Train Ride. Kutie Kari Books, 1994. (2001 2nd printing, 2008 3rd printing)

Bart Becomes a Friend. Kutie Kari Books, 1992.

Bad Bart’s Revenge. Kutie Kari Books, 1991.

My New Friend. Kutie Kari Books, 1990.

Gary illustrates his books with colored pencils and creates a funny, vibrant look at life through the eyes of his cast of animal cartoon characters. His adventures are fun and action filled. His two counting books take place on the farm. One through the eyes of a girl and the other through the eyes of a boy. His ABC book has over 200 beautiful illustrations and lots of humor. The dinosaur book has over 150 pictures of fun dinosaurs and a very cute ending. His How to Draw book is in high demand in schools and libraries. The step by step process is well received by kids of all ages; from 7 to 97.

Study Web Award – Academic Excellence Award (for website) Kidsites.com – Approved Site Award (for website)
Surfing the net with kids – 3 star site award (for website)
WannaLearn.com – Selected Instructional Site Award (for website)

Keynote speaker at Young Author Conferences and International Reading Association Conventions. School visits: K-6th Gary provides hands-on art sessions for students of all ages. The sessions are tailored to be exciting, challenging, educational and will help to build students self-esteem in the creative process. Each student will successfully create a unique character that could be used in a setting to begin the process of creating a story. Gary’s sessions are high energy, laced with lots of humor and are 55 minutes in length. They can be attended by up to 2 sections of students at a time. The students will be laughing their way through the process of creating exciting new characters.


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