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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Theresa Brandon  

Pen Name: None

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Brandon grew up in a small town in northern Illinois and continues to reside in Illinois to this day.

Biographical and Professional Information

Brandon is an artist and an illustrator. Theresa has been an art educator, children's librarian, library staff artist, photographer, and theatrical designer.


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Titles At Your Library

Year of the Dragon
ISBN: 1883573173

Little Blue Works. 2000

From the moment Mother'Sson is born, he never speaks a word, and his father, the Emperor, never stops talking.

As Mother'Sson grows, he amazes all who know him with his extraordinary magics and gentle ways, but the Emperor can only fret -- what kind of Emperor will a silent ruler be?

Ultimately, it is Mother'Sson's silence that teaches his father to listen and to understand the world around him . . . before the boy ascends into a heaven of dragons.

Set in a fantastical Qin Dynasty China, author Jennifer Anna has again woven a story that, at it's heart, captures the power and wonder of children. Theresa Brandon's unparalle4d artwork encompasses the emotion and depth of the tale with masterful strokes. This first edition includes an illustrated plate autographed by the author and artist.

Includes sixty full color art plates.

The Witch Queen of Oz
ISBN: 0973426004

Nikidik Press. 2004

Set in the world of Oz, and followed by The Master Crafters of Oz, by Philip John Lewin. Enilrul, a powerful dark fairy, is coming back to Oz to reclaim her throne from the Princess Ozma. Who is she and what is her role in the prehistory of Oz? To make matters worse, Ozma is trapped in America and Dorothy has to find the means to get her back to Oz before Enilrul arrives at the Emerald City! Share a series of adventures with Dorothy and familiar friends as well as meet new Ozites!

The Saint Who Fought the Dragon: The Story of Saint George
ISBN: 0819871613

Pauline Books & Media. 2011

Holiness is an adventure!

In this timeless story of Saint George, kids discover what happens when a loyal soldier fights a dragon-and wins! Dramatic, fantasy style illustrations capture his adventures. This story provides a unique way to teach children ages 5-8 about Christian history while inspiring them to follow in the heroic footsteps of a courageous saint who stands up for all that is good and true. For a child that already enjoys fantasy tales and legends, this book is a perfect introduction to Saint George.

"Many accounts have been written about the life of Saint George, some so fantastic as to be virtually unbelievable. In her adventurous account of The Saint Who Fought the Dragon, Cornelia Bilinsky presents an imaginary but credible account that focuses on the steadfast courage of Saint George and his unwavering allegiance to his Lord, Jesus Christ." -Liguorian