Rebecca Evans started drawing as soon as she could hold a crayon and just never stopped. She received her BA in Visual Art from Messiah College and also completed coursework from the Tyler School of Art. After working for nine years as an artist and designer, she returned to her first love—children’s book illustration. She’s authored and/or illustrated eighteen books. She also teaches art at the Chesapeake Center for Creative Art and is a regional Illustrator Coordinator for SCBWI. Rebecca currently lives in Maryland and enjoys spending time with her husband and four young children, while working from her home studio during every spare moment. Find her at rebeccaevans.net.
Why Should I Walk? I Can Fly! is Rebecca’s first book with Dawn Publications.