Just think about it,
a fun book about skiing written by Olympian, Libby Ludlow and illustrated by Nathan Y. Jarvis, PSIA Children's Specialist and award-winning, internationally-known illustrator!
You can help grow the next generation of excited, ready and resilient little rippers. Get the stoke seeds planted early!
A-B-Skis is available now!
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Quickly change worried, whiny or bored kids into curious, connected and playful learners!
Kid-friendly indoor & outdoor art that positively influences snowsports beginner conversion.
Go Snow Kids is a resource for families who want to have the best snow adventure ever.
Whether it's an annual super vacation to a favorite resort or a local drive that's measured in minutes instead of miles,
Go Snow Kids is at the heart of fun success!
Nathan Y. Jarvis is an internationally-known, award-winning artist. His playful illustrations have entertained, inspired and educated children, adults and businesses for over 30 years.
His distinctive work has appeared in such notable places and publications as
• Highlights for Children
• Sesame Street Magazine
• The New York Times
• General Mills Packaging
• Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
• Oxford University Press
• Hallmark Cards
• Park City Mountain Resort, UT
• Primary Children's Hospital, SLC, UT
• *Lots of children's books
*(more than dozens, less than hundreds)
“As Senior Image Editor for Oxford University Press, I am always seeking top-notch talent and results. Nathan Jarvis is always spot on! When I have a huge project and I need the ‘best’ — I know Nathan will pull me through and produce incredible art! He has enhanced so many of Oxford’s products with his beautiful work.
His magnetic, fun-filled, color-rich illustrations are what keep me coming back!!!
He is a wonderful designer who can translate a seemingly impossible art spec into a wonderful piece of art.
Nathan has a great work ethic and he always meets our deadlines.
He’s a great guy to work with!
Nathan Jarvis is my ‘rock’, my ‘hero’ in the vast sea of illustrators!”