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Carol Ann Gault Showcases Entire Educational Series of Poetic Animal Photobooks at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2023

The Frankfurt Book Fair is considered the world’s largest book trade fair, where authors with newly published books can exhibit them for the opportunity to reach even bigger audiences. Children’s books, in particular, are often in demand to the point that even photobook authors like Carol Ann Gault are pitching in to teach kids and satisfy their curiosities. In her case, it’s the curiosity about the animal world, which she teaches with her own series of poetic alphabet books.

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“Photography and poetry come together to teach kids about the marvels of the animal kingdom.”

As the world’s largest book fair, the Frankfurt Book Fair (Frankfurter Buchmesse) serves as a reminder that books continue to be in demand, whether it be for entertainment or educational purposes. In fact, it’s why Carol Ann Gault did not just exhibit one but an entire series of alphabet-style picture books for teaching kids about animals. The series includes the following photobooks: “Albatross to Zenaida,” “Anteater to Zebra,” and “Alligator to Zebra-tail.”

Gault is a longtime photographer who has been taking pictures since she was as young as five. While it remained a hobby during the earlier part of her life, she’d soon find her calling as she continued practicing her skills alongside pursuing her mammal ecology degree.

Eventually, Gault had managed to attend various seminars, workshops, and classes in professional photography across western United States. She had even taken lessons at Colorado Mountain College with “National Geographic” photographer David Hiser.

Today, she’s now a professional wildlife and landscape photographer. She’s been using her work in a variety of creative products to showcase nature’s beauty.

She has had around three photobooks published and had them all exhibited during the 2023 Frankfurt Book Fair (Frankfurter Buchmesse) with the help of self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet. Each photobook talks about certain groups of the animal kingdom and their trademark features. “Albatross to Zenaida” features various birds, “Anteater to Zebra” is about mammals, while “Alligator to Zebra-tail” is all about reptiles.

Each book adopts a clever rhyming scheme that impresses each animal’s fun fact on inquisitive kid readers.

Naturally, Carol Gault is far from finished and remains eager to create more educational books in the future. For those who would like a copy, Albatross to Zenaida, Alligator to Zebra-tail and Anteater to Zebra are all available on Amazon.

Author: Carol Gault
Published date: February 14, 2021
Publisher: Aspen Light Imaging
Genre:Children’s Book

Author Bio

At the ripe old age of five years old, with 3 cereal box tops, and 50 cents, Carol Gault purchased her first camera. With the first roll of film, she learned how to hold the camera steady and relatively level. When that camera ceased to function, her parents let her take their old Kodak with a shutter that sounded like the horn of a Model T car, and she was off to Y camp, taking pictures of her friends and counselors. The Kodak Instamatic became her favorite tool in her teenage years, and it wasn’t until her mid-twenties that she managed to buy a single-lens reflex.

While she was in graduate school and working on a master’s degree, she worked part-time in a needlework store and became a needlework designer. She achieved her master’s degree in mammal ecology and then had two children and learned about being a mammal firsthand. The camera became a supplement to her career as an at-home biologist, a designer, and a mom. Most of her picture-taking was snapshots of children, flowers in the backyard, and the occasional vacation trip. She had a book published, “Needlework Dragons and other Mythical Creatures,” with Van Nostrand Rheinhold. She took classes on graphic design and computer graphics and self-published several needlework instruction pamphlets.

As a perpetual student and moving to Aspen as a refugee from real life, she started taking her photography more seriously and attended classes with David Hiser, the faculty at Colorado Mountain College, and various workshops offered in the west. Using the biology and design skills she’s picked up along the way, she is now a landscape and wildlife photographer. She has taught digital imaging and photography at the local Colorado Mountain College. Aspen Light Imaging is her company that produces note cards, magnets, laser prints, and other gift-related items from her photographs.

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