Jacquie Hann

Jacquie Hann
Jacquie Hann is the author and illustrator of children's books including That Man Is Talking To His Toes, Up Day Down Day (a Junior Literary Guild Selection), and Kick Block Punch. Her work has been widely distributed and published with foreign translations and her illustrations have appeared in Good Housekeeping, Humpty Dumpty, Children's Digest, and Scholastic magazines.

Jacquie studied at the School of Visual Arts and Parsons School of Design, where she taught how to write and illustrate children's books for many years.

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Jacquie was AWESOME! What a great learning experience! The class was enriching both personally and professionally. Jaquie and my classmates gave me candid advise on how to improve my story. -- Widad Franco

"Jacquie is warm, encouraging, and knowledgeable. She provided a ton of different writing and illustrating assignments and offered many editing suggestions." -- Melita Garza

"Jacquie is a true professional who invests herself in each student. She genuinely wants everybody to succeed and guides them on a path that makes it possible." -- Chad Wallace

"Jacquie gives every student her full attention regardless of their experience. I am fortunate to have had her instruction and guidance." -- Holly Robinson

"Jacquie is an incredible resource. I recommend this course to anyone looking to turn their book idea into a reality. Coming out of her class, I can't help but feel optimistic about my prospects." -- Darragh Worland

"This class was one of the most amazing experiences of my life. Jacquie was so down to earth and kind. I've never enjoyed a class this much and I didn't want it to end!" -- Danielle Correa

"Jacquie teaches with passion and recognizes the qualities and levels each student is at. She has a great sense of humor and excellent listening skills. Her background as a college teacher, experienced writer, and illustrator are attributes that work well. I could not recommend her more highly for future courses." -- Dennis Magid