Orangutan Houdini

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Product Details

Price
$17.95
Publisher
Bunker Hill Publishing
Publish Date
Pages
32
Dimensions
10.3 X 0.42 X 7.13 inches | 0.76 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781593731533
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About the Author

Laurel Neme has camped in the Kalahari, searched for peregrine falcons in the Arctic, and gotten lost in the Amazon jungle with the Brazilian Federal Police, all in pursuit of knowledge and a good story. She often uncovers true animal tales, like this one, that strike her funny bone while providing insights into a species. She is a contributor to National Geographic and author of ANIMAL INVESTIGATORS.Orangutan Houdini is her first book for children.

Kathie Kelleher is descended from a long line of talented and interesting characters, from bell-helmeted deep sea divers to Cape Breton bagpipers. As a young child, Kathie enjoyed hearing the family tales. Some tall, some small. All entertaining. She studied at the Paier College of Art in New Haven, CT under such luminaries as Dean Keller, Ken Davies and John Massimino. She has illustrated several books including Willow's Walkabout: A Children's Guide to Boston.

Reviews

"Orangutan Houdini the children's picturebook adaptation of a true story about an ape escape artist! Fu Manchu was an adult male orangutan with an uncanny talent for picking locks and evading his zookeeper, Jerry Stones. Fu Manchu never hurt a soul on his escapades; he qimply enjoyed the chance to climb trees in the sunshine. For his talent at concealing and using a makeshift lockpick he was awarded an honorary membership in the American Association of Locksmiths! A brief, two-page author's note at the close of the story offers more details about Fu Manchu's remarkable life. Colorful illustrations enrich this amazing tale that primate fans young and old can share and enjoy." -- Midwest Book Review