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Gail Page is a fine artist and textile designer whose work has been exhibited in shows and galleries throughout the United States and graces wall murals as far away as Vietnam. Her first picture book, How to Be a Good Dog, was based loosely on her very own, mostly good dog, Gimpel. Gail lives in Brooksville, Maine, with artist Robert Shetterly. www.gailpage.com