The Treehouse Heroes & the Forgotten Beast

Phil Amara (Author) Alina Chau (Illustrator)
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Product Details

Price
$15.95  $14.67
Publisher
Immedium
Publish Date
November 27, 2012
Pages
32
Dimensions
8.3 X 0.7 X 11.1 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781597020343
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About the Author

Phil Amara: Phil Amara was an editor at Kitchen Sink Press and Dark Horse Comics, and writer of the The Nevermen comic book series and the book So, You Wanna Be A Comic Book Artist?: How To Break Into Comics! The Ultimate Guide For Kids. Currently he is a elementary school teacher in Massachusetts.

Alina Chau: Alina Chau received her Master of Fine Arts in Animation from UCLA, School of Theater, Film and Television in 2001. She has helped produce animation and gaming titles Ben 10, Silent Hill, Gears of War, The Incredible Hulk, God of War, Medal of Honor, Sypro, and Star Wars: The Clone Wars. See her art at alinanimation.blogspot.com.

Reviews

"In this book, we are reminded, with a light touch, that nature is both miraculous and fragile. A good part of preserving this beautiful world lies with each of us. The illustrations themselves seem to move like the wind or a flowing stream and remind us of the natural world around us. The style of the illustrations well reflect the message of the story." - Thomas E. Richner, Associate Professor of Animation at The Columbus College of Art and Design, and former Layout Artist on The Simpsons


"In this ecological fable that takes place 'long ago, in a far-east land, ' the forests and rivers are populated with mythological beasts...[The artwork] is charming and vibrant. Created by a veteran animator, it recalls the stylized landscapes and figures in The Secret of Kells." - School Library Journal

"In this book, we are reminded, with a light touch, that nature is both miraculous and fragile. A good part of preserving this beautiful world lies with each of us. The illustrations themselves seem to move like the wind or a flowing stream and remind us of the natural world around us. The style of the illustrations well reflect the message of the story." - Thomas E. Richner, Associate Professor of Animation at The Columbus College of Art and Design, and former Layout Artist on The Simpsons