Books by Jeffrey Ebbeler
Jeffrey Ebbeler's parents always wanted to live on a farm. One day, they moved their family from the city suburbs to the country. Jeff's dad and uncles built their house and a barn. Just like the Gladstones in George the Hero Hound, they raised all kinds of animals and owned a rusty old tractor that hardly ever worked. Every once in a while, their neighbor's cows would break through the fence and feast on their cornfield. When Jeff's sister got a pony, everyone in the family wanted to give him a name, so they ended up calling him Rusty Dusty Rover Red George. (In this story, Jeff made George a dog, so George could help a bunch of city folk learn to be farmers, just like Jeff's family.)
Jeff has illustrated (and occasionally writes) a number of picture books, including Arlo Rolled by Susan Pearson. He lives in Cincinnati with his wife and twin daughters. Learn more about him online at www.JeffIllustration.com.