Courtesy of Art in Public Places / Amador Artists Association
Claudia's photography will be on display at
Sotheby's Realty in Sutter Creek,
Through December of 2023
Calaveras Arts Gallery, San Andreas
Healing Through the Arts
Through November 13th, 2023
Claudia Schwalm Photography
may also be found for sale at the following locations:
Effie Yeaw Nature Center.....Carmichael
The Paint Spot.....Jackson
Calaveras Arts Council....San Andreas
Aimee's Coffee Cafe....Volcano
Claudia's photography is also featured in several children's books.
These titles may be ordered from Amazon Kindle as eBooks
A limited number of "Being Bilingual is Fun!" hardcover library edition may be ordered from us by filling out the contact form.
Penguins Can.....Los Pingüinos Pueden
Rec. ages 3-8
This bilingual Spanish/English book depicts six species of penguins:
Adélie, Gentoo, Humboldt, King, Magellanic and Rockhopper doing
everyday penguin activities! Rhyming text leads the reader to realize that
"Penguins can do most anything they try, but penguins can't fly!"
Zack the Rabbit Who Didn't Like Carrots....
Zack, El Conejo Al Que No Le Gustan Las Zanahorias
Rec. ages 3-8
This is a true story about a little rabbit in the author's first grade classroom, who lived for 17 years!
He really didn't like carrots, but the rhyming text carries us through full color images of what he
The bilingual Spanish/English text leads to a surprise ending when Zack finds out that he really likes
a certain part of this vegetable!
Being Bilingual is Fun!
Rec. Ages 4-10
Review from Today's Librarian:
"Overflowing with color photographs of families from around the world, this book tells of the delights and
experiences that can result from knowing more than one language. This book begins with how we
learn a second
language, then focuses on five bilingual children in their day-to-day experiences.
from Multicultural Review:
"This book can be read over and over to children. We are introduced to families
who speak Spanish, Hmong and Tagalog, in addition to English. We are
shown beautiful pictures of the children and their families and pets in everyday
situations and activities. The photographs depict to young readers a world in which
languages are a natural and integral part of their environment."