Let’s Make Learning Fun

Journey through the pages of the book “Where Is Your Nose?” and discover how kids show through soft giggles and awe-struck eyes, their most natural way of learning.

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Where Is Your Nose?

“Where Is Your Nose?” is a delightful and educational journey perfect for young explorers eager to learn about their bodies. This charming book is filled with vibrant illustrations that capture the joy of discovery as children point to their eyes, noses, elbows, ears, and knees. Each page is a playful invitation for kindergartners to engage and connect with the world around them.


Bob Schenkel

started in New York as an art director  in advertising, working mostly on television campaigns.

Become TV producer for major NY ad agency, Carl Ally.

Worked as art director/producer for Dancer Fitzgerald, NY.

Become Head of Broadcast Department for Lord Geller Federico, NY.

Has been drawing storyboards and illustrations for over 25 years in New York and Miami, with clients all over the country.

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  • Imagen Marketing
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