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Jane Goodrich has collaborated with various authors in creating 3 children's books available for sale on Amazon. She also has written a book on how to take better photos of your children.

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New York Is My Playground

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Storyteller and street photographer Jane Goodrich creates an exciting, kid-centric portraits. The end result is a fresh, moving homage to all who use New York City as their playground.

  • Shows children how the city's streets, structures, and landmarks can provide a unique play space

  • Includes text from veteran children's author Bob Raczka

  • Playful urban romp that shows the pleasures of city living are not just for grown-ups

Capturing Everyday Life

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That funny face your son squeezes together while you let him chew on a lemon wedge for the first time. The sound of his laugh erupting at the discovery of his belly button. The dimples on his little hands where knuckles just haven’t been born yet. In the blink of an eye, it becomes a challenge to recall these details and how they make you feel. Taking a photo takes just a few seconds, but the resulting image gives you a documented memory that lasts a lifetime. It’s a way to revisit these immeasurable moments, and they way they make you feel.This no-nonsense, cheese-free, read while-they-nap, easy-as-pie guide will give you the tools you need to capture top-notch, world-class photos of your kids!

Where is Charlie's Nose?

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Teach your little ones their body parts with this fun book filled with photographs from New York City newborn and children's photographer, Jane Goodrich and illustrations by the talented illustrator Sarah Simpson of a Happy Little Design Studio. Your little ones will love finding Charlie's nose (and more) with these beautiful full color photographs and illustrations.

What is School?

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What is School is a children's book that helps children understand that school is everywhere and everything. At the end of the day, school is not a place, but a curiosity about life and a way to grow as a person. It's a hallway that never ends.