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Carle is one of the most beloved illustrators of children's books. This retrospective is more than just an appreciation of his art, however. The book also contains an insightful autobiography illustrated with personal photographs, an anecdotal essay by his longtime editor, a photographic essay on how Carle creates his collages, and writings by Carle and his colleagues. Sti Carle is one of the most beloved illustrators of children's books. This retrospective is more than just an appreciation of his art, however. The book also contains an insightful autobiography illustrated with personal photographs, an anecdotal essay by his longtime editor, a photographic essay on how Carle creates his collages, and writings by Carle and his colleagues. Still, it is the artwork in the oversize volume that seizes the imagination. More than 60 of his full-color collage pictures are handsomely reproduced and serve as a statement of Carle's impressive talent. - Booklist


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Carle is one of the most beloved illustrators of children's books. This retrospective is more than just an appreciation of his art, however. The book also contains an insightful autobiography illustrated with personal photographs, an anecdotal essay by his longtime editor, a photographic essay on how Carle creates his collages, and writings by Carle and his colleagues. Sti Carle is one of the most beloved illustrators of children's books. This retrospective is more than just an appreciation of his art, however. The book also contains an insightful autobiography illustrated with personal photographs, an anecdotal essay by his longtime editor, a photographic essay on how Carle creates his collages, and writings by Carle and his colleagues. Still, it is the artwork in the oversize volume that seizes the imagination. More than 60 of his full-color collage pictures are handsomely reproduced and serve as a statement of Carle's impressive talent. - Booklist

59 review for The Art of Eric Carle

  1. 4 out of 5

    Moira Macfarlane

    Really enjoyed this book a lot. A book filled with beautiful pictures of Eric Carle's work, in which he also talks about his childhood, how he came to study graphic design and eventually became an illustrator. Also nice: he explains step by step how he dyes his coloured sheets and makes his collages. Really enjoyed this book a lot. A book filled with beautiful pictures of Eric Carle's work, in which he also talks about his childhood, how he came to study graphic design and eventually became an illustrator. Also nice: he explains step by step how he dyes his coloured sheets and makes his collages.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Farhan

    My 3-year-old daughter thinks that only one author has written all the books in the world, and that author is Eric Carle. And if you have ever searched for children's books, I guess you know his name, and his 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar', or 'The Very Busy Spider', or any of his books. I've heard that in every 40 minutes one of the copy of 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar' is sold somewhere in the world. Looking at my children, I believe this. My two children are totally opposite in character, and My 3-year-old daughter thinks that only one author has written all the books in the world, and that author is Eric Carle. And if you have ever searched for children's books, I guess you know his name, and his 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar', or 'The Very Busy Spider', or any of his books. I've heard that in every 40 minutes one of the copy of 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar' is sold somewhere in the world. Looking at my children, I believe this. My two children are totally opposite in character, and they agree on only one point--they like the books of Eric Carle. This book includes an autobiographic essay from Carle himself and a speech by him at the Library of Congress, and some other essays by his editor and acquaintances. It also includes artworks from his books, and discussions on his ideas and how he works. Everyone agreed on one point--Eric knew how children think, and the child inside him lived through his entire life, and he has given something for every children in his books which are multilayered, both literally and figuratively. Reading his books with my two children, I agree without any doubt, and even if you have never read any of his books, maybe you should read some if you have children. This is a gem for every parent.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mimi

    Interesting book about the artist and his process, although repetative at times.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Chandra Dorsey

    It's amazing It's amazing

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jesse

    Eric Carle is a wonderful illustrator, one of the most creative and original artists in the realm of children's literature of any era. This book is part-biography, part-autobiography, part-survey of his life, style, and influence. It is comprised mostly of essays about the artist and his work by his editors, publishers, and others who have journeyed with him, though Carle himself writes a rather lengthy life-story as well as a rambling transcription of a talk he gave about creativity and inspira Eric Carle is a wonderful illustrator, one of the most creative and original artists in the realm of children's literature of any era. This book is part-biography, part-autobiography, part-survey of his life, style, and influence. It is comprised mostly of essays about the artist and his work by his editors, publishers, and others who have journeyed with him, though Carle himself writes a rather lengthy life-story as well as a rambling transcription of a talk he gave about creativity and inspiration. The essays are good, not great. The best parts of the book are Carle's autobiography, which is witty, informative, and traces parts of his life that, maybe, some less brave might not include (such as his experience as a child in pro-Nazi Germany prior to the 2nd World War) through to his entry into the career of a children's book author and illustrator. I also was very interested to get an inside view of how he creates his illustrations. I enjoyed the story of the origins of "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" the first time; it was shared several more times after that, making me wish that some other stories had been told. There are needless repetitions throughout, though I suppose that might be a function of the compiled essay format--each author just thought to include the same thing, perhaps. Fortunately, they are all well-written. Even better, Carle's vibrant and engaging artwork is showcased throughout--the real standout of the book. The final quarter is entirely selections of his 50+ year career as a professional illustrator, and brilliantly demonstrates his one-of-a-kind style. Overall, a fine read for fans of Eric Carle's work.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ben Truong

    The Art of Eric Carle is an autobiographical anthology of essays and artwork by Eric Carle and his contemporaries. This book was pushed up in my reading schedule when I heard about the death of Eric Carle on 23 May 2021. Eric Carle was a German-American designer, illustrator, and writer of children's books. His picture book The Very Hungry Caterpillar, first published in 1969, has been translated into more than 66 languages and sold more than 50 million copies. He illustrated more than 70 books, The Art of Eric Carle is an autobiographical anthology of essays and artwork by Eric Carle and his contemporaries. This book was pushed up in my reading schedule when I heard about the death of Eric Carle on 23 May 2021. Eric Carle was a German-American designer, illustrator, and writer of children's books. His picture book The Very Hungry Caterpillar, first published in 1969, has been translated into more than 66 languages and sold more than 50 million copies. He illustrated more than 70 books, most of which he also wrote, and more than 145 million copies of his books have been sold around the world. For the most part, this collection of art, autobiography, essays, and photographs was written and constructed rather well. It is an agreeable overview of Carle's life and work, a consideration of the genesis of his ideas, a look at how he fashions his collages, and admiring words from some of his colleagues. This retrospective is more than just an appreciation of Carle's art, it also contains an insightful autobiography illustrated with personal photographs, an anecdotal essay by his longtime editor, a photographic essay on how Carle creates his collages, and writings by Carle and his colleagues. Like most anthologies there are weaker contributions and The Art of Eric Carle is not an exception. Well to precise, there were no weak contribution, but stylistically, it seems a tad repetitive as the story of the creation of The Very Hungry Caterpillar has been repeat at least three times. All in all, The Art of Eric Carle is a wonderful collection that celebrates the life and work of celebrated children picture book artist – Eric Carle.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

    The Art of Eric Carle is book that is part autobiography, essays, and art of the man himself. We all have read at least one book illustrated by Eric Carle at some point in our lives and this book gives us a glimpse of his life. From a childhood that was set in Germany during WWII to the lifelong interest in art and nature that he made a career out of, the Carle endured a lot before hitting it big with children's books. Despite this, the autobiographical portion has him looking back fondly of mem The Art of Eric Carle is book that is part autobiography, essays, and art of the man himself. We all have read at least one book illustrated by Eric Carle at some point in our lives and this book gives us a glimpse of his life. From a childhood that was set in Germany during WWII to the lifelong interest in art and nature that he made a career out of, the Carle endured a lot before hitting it big with children's books. Despite this, the autobiographical portion has him looking back fondly of memories and hardships. The following section are a collection of essays written by his editor, a collector, and himself about the influences and impact he had in children's literature, and I fully agree that his unique style is what attracted many young readers even to this day. The real gem is the portion where he shows how he creates his works through paint and colored tissue paper and a section that devotes to snippets of his beautiful drawings he'd done for numerous publications. Eric Carle is an author whom I read a handful of his books as a kid, one of the earliest ones I could recall. Truly, he was a pioneer in the reading world and this book answers how he did it, a very nice introspective. I had read this out of interest and in honor, as Eric Carle sadly passed away on May 23, 2021. This book had many re-releases since its original publication in 1992, the most recent was this year 2021. I had read the 1996 copy, though I would have loved to see what extra info that was put in the most recent release, but it is still a wonderful read to know of the author who influenced our childhood development in reading.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Meghan

    This book was received as an ARC from World of Eric Carle in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own. I am always blown away at the work of Eric Carle and how he is such a legend in the children's books industry. This book was so much fun to read and hear about Eric's childhood and the photos were such a treat to see and learning how he grew up and what drew his inspiration. His books continue to do very well at our library and now every This book was received as an ARC from World of Eric Carle in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own. I am always blown away at the work of Eric Carle and how he is such a legend in the children's books industry. This book was so much fun to read and hear about Eric's childhood and the photos were such a treat to see and learning how he grew up and what drew his inspiration. His books continue to do very well at our library and now everyone can see how he came to be and the legendary work he has created. I believe that no matter how much libraries and books will evolve, Eric Carle's books will remain classic. We will consider adding this title to our JBiography collection at our library. That is why we give this book 5 stars.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Joan

    So interesting to see how master author/illustrator creates his work. There are pictures of the whole process. So many wonderful children's classics were created by Carle. Nice to learn about his life story and reasons he loves writing and making art for children. What a traumatic upbringing during the holocaust and WWII, but all his life experienced made him the man he is today. So glad he decided to share his gift with children. I used the book "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, what do you see?" and th So interesting to see how master author/illustrator creates his work. There are pictures of the whole process. So many wonderful children's classics were created by Carle. Nice to learn about his life story and reasons he loves writing and making art for children. What a traumatic upbringing during the holocaust and WWII, but all his life experienced made him the man he is today. So glad he decided to share his gift with children. I used the book "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, what do you see?" and the "Busy Spider and Hungry Caterpillar" both for children's literature lesson plans I had to create for my Masters in Elementary Education. My next step is to go to his museum in Massachusetts. If I'm ever blessed enough to have grandchildren, they will own Eric Carle's prints and books in their nursery.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mandy Crumb

    There's something comfortable about Eric Carle's art. It appeals to the child in me with it's vibrant colors and deceptively simple collage pieces. Browsing through The Art of Eric Carle is as close as I can get to sitting down with the author and some of the people he surrounded himself with. There's his autobiography written by Carle that includes personal family photographs. A copy of a speech he gave that is an almost exact copy of his autobiography. Then, we move into how he creates his art There's something comfortable about Eric Carle's art. It appeals to the child in me with it's vibrant colors and deceptively simple collage pieces. Browsing through The Art of Eric Carle is as close as I can get to sitting down with the author and some of the people he surrounded himself with. There's his autobiography written by Carle that includes personal family photographs. A copy of a speech he gave that is an almost exact copy of his autobiography. Then, we move into how he creates his art starting with the tissue paper. Finally, there's a complete catalog of his works with numerous pictures. Interspersed are essays by people who are obviously fond of Carle. I enjoyed the time spent with this one immensely.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Dave Gerhart

    This is a beautiful memoire and art collection book. I was familiar with Mr. Carle's artwork from his children books and I was pleasantly surprised how he developed as an artist. In addition to his story, there is a section that shows how he created his artwork. The second half of the book shows his artworks. The book is beautiful and if you have ever read one of this books, I would highly recommend this book. This is a beautiful memoire and art collection book. I was familiar with Mr. Carle's artwork from his children books and I was pleasantly surprised how he developed as an artist. In addition to his story, there is a section that shows how he created his artwork. The second half of the book shows his artworks. The book is beautiful and if you have ever read one of this books, I would highly recommend this book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Katy Wheatley

    Art books can be tricky. Always expensive, but not always great. This however, is brilliant. There are lots of colour reproductions of Carle's work, which is important. They're also a decent size so you can really study them. The text is a biography of Carle's life by Carla himself, followed by a series of short, interesting essays from various people who were influential in his life about his art. Fantastically interesting. Art books can be tricky. Always expensive, but not always great. This however, is brilliant. There are lots of colour reproductions of Carle's work, which is important. They're also a decent size so you can really study them. The text is a biography of Carle's life by Carla himself, followed by a series of short, interesting essays from various people who were influential in his life about his art. Fantastically interesting.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    A beautifully designed and presented autobiography including text, photos and images of the author's work. Carle, a prolific author/designer of children's books produced this volume which I was happy to add to my collection of art books. A beautifully designed and presented autobiography including text, photos and images of the author's work. Carle, a prolific author/designer of children's books produced this volume which I was happy to add to my collection of art books.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Amalia Molina

    Biografía y obra del escritor e ilustrador de cuentos infantiles

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline Wesley

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  16. 5 out of 5

    Cory

    Honestly, it was worth reading this book just to see the baby picture of Eric Carle.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly

    Very quick and interesting read. I learned so much about this artist and author. I highly recommend.

  18. 5 out of 5

    alex

    what a talented man with a beautiful, distinctive style :)

  19. 5 out of 5

    Martin P

    Brilliant artist. Lovely book. R.I.P. Eric Carle.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    The Art of Eric Carle is about the life of Eric Carle as well as the art. It includes both autobiographical and biographical essays. My favorite was his Autobiography; A life in words and pictures. Mr. Carle is not a writer, he's candid about having strongly disliked school after kindergarten, when his family moved to Germany, and not having a consistent education as a child due to war, destruction and evacuation. That said, his writing is spare but pleasingly witty. His life is interesting, bein The Art of Eric Carle is about the life of Eric Carle as well as the art. It includes both autobiographical and biographical essays. My favorite was his Autobiography; A life in words and pictures. Mr. Carle is not a writer, he's candid about having strongly disliked school after kindergarten, when his family moved to Germany, and not having a consistent education as a child due to war, destruction and evacuation. That said, his writing is spare but pleasingly witty. His life is interesting, being a kind of a German kid in the US, then an American kid in Germany, finally returning to the U.S. as an adult and eventually becoming one of the most recognized children's artists of all time. He shares photographs of his life, and memories of wartime, hunger, and corporal punishment in Hitler's Nazi Germany, as well as friendship, family, and teachers who impacted him in both negative and positive ways. And he shares the inspiration and motivation behind his work. "I attempt to have many levels in my books: funny animals, exciting colors, a story, humor, entertainment, mystery, emotional content - and learning. Depending on the child's interest, ability, or curiosity, he or she can select the level where he or she feels comfortable. Some of these levels can and should be demanding and challenging. We just as often fail to address the "gifted" child as we neglect the "slow" child.. There are many kinds of young readers; each one is an individual and finds something different, something special, in a book." I appreciated the section How Eric Carle Creates His Art; A photo essay on his technique. I recently created an Eric Carle inspired art project for children at our library, and felt a kinship as I read this.. I didn't know his exacrt technique at the time, but all the flat spaces in my home looked very much like his studio as I had messy fun painting textures and colors on thin paper to be later used for collage. I found some of the biographical essays more engaging and interesting than others. Some of the text was repetitive. But I enjoyed learning about Eric Carle. And while the oversized pages contain many columns of text, they also includes his art, which really is the star of the show and a brilliant contribution to the world.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Vivian

    Speaking of Eric Carle, how handy that our library has this book! Here's what we are doing in our story times for six weeks: This is our third story time in this six-week series where we are building the theme on various aspects of the Carle classic "hungry caterpillar". Somewhere in each of these story times we will share this story. Transfor-rific Color-rific Art-rific Rainbow-rific Carle-rific Treat-rific The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle The next few of our library story times for pre-school Speaking of Eric Carle, how handy that our library has this book! Here's what we are doing in our story times for six weeks: This is our third story time in this six-week series where we are building the theme on various aspects of the Carle classic "hungry caterpillar". Somewhere in each of these story times we will share this story. Transfor-rific Color-rific Art-rific Rainbow-rific Carle-rific Treat-rific The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle The next few of our library story times for pre-school age children will highlight the "transformation", "color", and "artistic expression" aspects of the story. (We are, after all, talking about Dr.Sue McCleaf Nespeca's theory... "A new approach to storytime incorporates recent theories on developmental learning and how children’s brains work. According to this research, the best way to make new connections in the brain is by building on something already known. A child who loves a book will listen to it repeatedly, maintaining interest. Using a selected book in a number of consecutive preschool storytimes by presenting it differently each time can help children learn new skill sets. Employing repetition with variety expands the story experience, helping children to connect an engage with the story on a higher level through activities specifically designed to address multiple intelligences. The child’s experience with that book then becomes much richer." Today we turned to the fold out spread showing the artist at work and then went right into sharing the oversize board book edition of his "Very Hungry Caterpillar".

  22. 5 out of 5

    Gina Valdes

    The Art of Eric Carle is a very well written book. It is the perfect way to tell the story of his life. When a reader opens this book, they will find a little peek at what exactly it is that makes Eric so successful. Most autobiographies tend to be boring in the sense that they are way too many words. Of course they are trying to tell their life story, but if a child is trying to learn about it they will not be able to hold focus with such a book. This biography is perfect because it includes ov The Art of Eric Carle is a very well written book. It is the perfect way to tell the story of his life. When a reader opens this book, they will find a little peek at what exactly it is that makes Eric so successful. Most autobiographies tend to be boring in the sense that they are way too many words. Of course they are trying to tell their life story, but if a child is trying to learn about it they will not be able to hold focus with such a book. This biography is perfect because it includes over 60 color illustrations. These pictures tell the story of Eric’s education growing up, his previous jobs he has had, and the technique for illustrating that he uses in his own books. I would definitely use this book in a classroom. It would be a very helpful tool to use with kids when I am trying to teach them about an author. They can use it for an author study and because it is a good length, it can be read to the class during the given class period.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Emily Morgan

    This was a very interesting read and the illustrations showing Eric's style development over time were great. I appreciated the demonstration at the end of his typical art method. Eric has had a fascinating life and it was a lot of fun to see the man and the stories behind the much-loved children's writer and illustrator. I confess I had not actually realised until now that one or two of the stories I attributed to him (including Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?) were actually written by This was a very interesting read and the illustrations showing Eric's style development over time were great. I appreciated the demonstration at the end of his typical art method. Eric has had a fascinating life and it was a lot of fun to see the man and the stories behind the much-loved children's writer and illustrator. I confess I had not actually realised until now that one or two of the stories I attributed to him (including Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?) were actually written by another person and illustrated by Eric! I guess at the time I discovered that book I was already familiar with Eric Carle's illustrative style and simply assumed from the cover that it was one of his books. We live and learn.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Loretta Benenati

    Copyright 2008 Biography Eric Carle is one of my students' favorites. Interestingly my students on the Spectrum all are completely enamored with his books. They love the repetition and rhythm and I have purchased every one of his books for my classroom, so all of my students are familiar. Therefore, when I saw this book, I had to have it! Not only is it spectacularly illustrated in the collage of words and pictures we expect from his work, but Carle also provides autibiographical information that Copyright 2008 Biography Eric Carle is one of my students' favorites. Interestingly my students on the Spectrum all are completely enamored with his books. They love the repetition and rhythm and I have purchased every one of his books for my classroom, so all of my students are familiar. Therefore, when I saw this book, I had to have it! Not only is it spectacularly illustrated in the collage of words and pictures we expect from his work, but Carle also provides autibiographical information that is fascinating! I had no idea he grew up in wartime Germany, after being born in the U.S. The kids loved seeing how his artwork is created and we all enjoyed the stories of Carle's life that made him who he is.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ledys

    I would give it more stars if I could! It was a thoroughly fascinating read, not only as a fan of Eric Carle's work--which I am--but as a student of the creative process and as someone interested in illustration and the art of the picture book it was totally engrossing. Eric Carle's own autobiographical chapter was a gem, from a historical perspective, and also to understand his various influences and sources of inspiration. Then there are chapters from some of his collaborators about how ideas I would give it more stars if I could! It was a thoroughly fascinating read, not only as a fan of Eric Carle's work--which I am--but as a student of the creative process and as someone interested in illustration and the art of the picture book it was totally engrossing. Eric Carle's own autobiographical chapter was a gem, from a historical perspective, and also to understand his various influences and sources of inspiration. Then there are chapters from some of his collaborators about how ideas are generated, how his picture books are made and what is their appeal. There is a fabulous chapter that guides the reader through his illustrating process step by step. The book ends with an illustrated chronology of Eric Carle's work. Wonderful,mwonderful book!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Robyn Simmons

    This is an informational text based on the life works of author Eric Carle. The text encloses artwork from his student days and autobiographical information. There are excellent anecdotal reflections by friend and editor, Ann Beneduce. The book entails graphic details about the authors collage work and encloses a bibliography of all of his books. The book highlights on Eric Carle's speech at the Children's Literature Center in the Library of Congress. This is an excellent teacher refence text, b This is an informational text based on the life works of author Eric Carle. The text encloses artwork from his student days and autobiographical information. There are excellent anecdotal reflections by friend and editor, Ann Beneduce. The book entails graphic details about the authors collage work and encloses a bibliography of all of his books. The book highlights on Eric Carle's speech at the Children's Literature Center in the Library of Congress. This is an excellent teacher refence text, because it provides the teacher with life facts about author Eric Carle. It also includes bibliographical information about the author's works.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Juju

    A delightfully brief introdution to the life and process of one of the coolest children's book author/illustrators ever. There are a few gems in this collection. One is a short autobiography that Carle uses to share the early experiences that inspire his work; the trauma of corperal punishment in primary school and the sadness of growing up in Germany during WW2, as well as the idyllic country summers with relatives, fateful encounters, and memeories of a father who impressed a love and apprecia A delightfully brief introdution to the life and process of one of the coolest children's book author/illustrators ever. There are a few gems in this collection. One is a short autobiography that Carle uses to share the early experiences that inspire his work; the trauma of corperal punishment in primary school and the sadness of growing up in Germany during WW2, as well as the idyllic country summers with relatives, fateful encounters, and memeories of a father who impressed a love and appreciation of nature into his young Eric. Also worth checking out are a transcribed speech about where he draws his inspiration, and a photoessay about his creative process.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kendra Wheeler

    This book is a great mixture of autobiography and biography. This book shows how Eric Carle creates his collages in photographic essay and has over sixty full colored college pictures to look through. The Art of Eric Carle is a great book that has beautiful illustrations from his past works and personal writings from Eric Carle and his colleges. This book would be great to inspire my students to create their own picture collage of anything they want (house, imaginary animal, people, etc.) and th This book is a great mixture of autobiography and biography. This book shows how Eric Carle creates his collages in photographic essay and has over sixty full colored college pictures to look through. The Art of Eric Carle is a great book that has beautiful illustrations from his past works and personal writings from Eric Carle and his colleges. This book would be great to inspire my students to create their own picture collage of anything they want (house, imaginary animal, people, etc.) and then create a short story that goes along with their collage.

  29. 4 out of 5

    jacky

    We did two days of Eric Carle with our Mommy and Me playschool. I read this in preperation. I found it very interesting hearing about Carle's life, especially how he came to be a children's illustrator and how his life effected his work. My favorite part was the fold out of how he paints his tissue papers. We did two days of Eric Carle with our Mommy and Me playschool. I read this in preperation. I found it very interesting hearing about Carle's life, especially how he came to be a children's illustrator and how his life effected his work. My favorite part was the fold out of how he paints his tissue papers.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jen

  31. 4 out of 5

    Jacob

  32. 5 out of 5

    Julie

  33. 5 out of 5

    Megan

  34. 4 out of 5

    Devi

  35. 4 out of 5

    Jenni Haag

  36. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

  37. 4 out of 5

    Ilene

  38. 4 out of 5

    Jodi

  39. 5 out of 5

    Deana

  40. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

  41. 4 out of 5

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  42. 4 out of 5

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  43. 4 out of 5

    Thuraya Batterjee

  44. 5 out of 5

    Kim

  45. 5 out of 5

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  46. 4 out of 5

    Joanna

  47. 4 out of 5

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  49. 4 out of 5

    Rose Ann

  50. 5 out of 5

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  53. 5 out of 5

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  54. 5 out of 5

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  57. 4 out of 5

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  58. 4 out of 5

    Laura

  59. 5 out of 5

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