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Illustrator Mario Menjivar has been drawing since he was a little dude in a seaside town in Honduras, where he was known as the Boy Who Wouldn't Talk. Then he started talking and became the Boy With A Thousand Questions. He wound up in New York where he studied to be an artist, then got whisked away to Disney's world as an animator. He worked on all kinds of fun hand-drawn films, including Lion King, Hercules and Tarzan. He designs, illustrates, teaches at the School of Visual Arts and plays with his own little dude in NY with his wife, who lets him draw for her.
For all their collaborations, this is Rosemary and Mario's first picture book together.
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This book is very artistic and creative. For me, personally, I don't think it is anything more than a pretty picture book for kids. Read morePublished on January 4, 2013 by Muddy Boots
This book has great illustrations and a story about managing the gatekeepers as an artist.
It shows the strangeness of being first misunderstood... Read more
This book is amazing! The artwork is top notch! Full of appeal and character! Evident that the artist is in the animation field. Read morePublished on October 21, 2012 by Kindle Customer
A charming and witty perspective into a child's mind and innocence. Perfect example of how adults really lose touch with their own inner child and forget we once saw life in that... Read morePublished on October 14, 2012 by Josette Rivera-Ravitch