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Joseph Lambert (www.submarinesubmarine.com) is the creator of various self-published comics, and also a co-editor of the Sundays anthology series and I Will Bite You!, a collection of short comic stories published by Secret Acres. A graduate of the Center for Cartoon Studies, his comics and illustrations have appeared in The Best American Comics, Komiksfest! Review, and DarkHorse Presents, as well as in Business Week and Popular Mechanics. Joseph lives in White River Junction, Vermont.
My daughter took to this book quickly, loving the 'cartoon' illustrations. What ever it takes to get them excited about reading, I am all for!Published 5 months ago by TWright
Lovely book! I wish it didn't end so suddenly, but the story that is told is beautiful.Published 6 months ago by Beatrice Couser
All members of our family from ages 10 to 50 have enjoyed this book. And we have recommended it to many friends, who have also liked it, and passed it on to yet other friends and... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Charles
Lambert has created a masterpiece that transports the reader into Annie Sullivan's and Helen Keller's worlds like no other medium can do. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Rachel Lo
I purchased these for a teacher in my school district as requested. She has been very happy with them so far.Published 19 months ago by Kim Lehner
Although I was vaguely familiar with the story I was taken by surprise by this book. The graphic narrative solutions use by Lambert are awesome and his story telling think this... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Coriollis
Not intended as a book for children! Very poorly written cartoons are not intended for children. Should not be recommended as a book for childrenPublished 21 months ago by Mary Lu Williams