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February 9th, 2009

I “appeared” a couple of places this last few days and I have some pictures to prove it. First, on Friday, I spent the day at Gladwyne Elementary near Philadelphia. I want to thank everyone there for such a great time and reception. Barbara Gross is an amazing librarian and had all the kids so ready to go. I’d been snowed out twice before finally making it there on Friday, so thanks for the patience as well. The photo is me with the Shredder Snowman.

gladwyne elementary

On Sunday I was part of the children’s book fair at the Main Line Art Center in Haverford, PA. It was packed and I got to meet a lot of great people. I gave a little presentation about my work and signed a lot of books. Thanks to the MLCA for putting it on, and to Children’s Book World in Haverford for selling books. And thanks Sacha for taking the two pics.

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start your engines

February 4th, 2009

Here are all six race cars. These will be for sale at the Main Line Art Center’s children’s book fair this Sunday, Feb 8. I’ll be there with several other authors and illustrators. At 1:30 I’ll be giving a 15-minute presentation talking about my illustrations and inspiration. Hope you can make it.
Whatever of these race cars that doesn’t sell there will be going on my Etsy page on Monday. I plan to do a lot more of these, as well as some monsters, robots, aliens, trucks, etc.
I have a set on Flickr that shows these cars in the works.
start your engines