Eat Your Rocks, Croc!: Dr. Glider's Advice for Troubled Animals: Volume 1
May 05, 2020
10.2 X 11.0 X 0.4 inches | 1.15 pounds
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About the Author
PETE OSWALD is a fine-arts painter, an animator, an author, and an illustrator. He illustrated the New York Times bestselling books The Bad Seed, The Good Egg, and The Cool Bean by Jory John. He has also worked as a character designer and concept artist on the movies Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, and the Oscar-nominated ParaNorman. Pete lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife and their three sons. You can visit him online at peteoswald.com. As a zoologist and author, Jess Keating has been sprayed by skunks, bitten by crocodiles, and victim of the dreaded paper cut. Her books blend science, humor, and creativity, and include the acclaimed My Life Is a Zoo middle-grade trilogy and award-winning picture books, like Shark Lady and Pink Is for Blobfish. Jess lives in Ontario, Canada, where she loves hiking, nerdy documentaries, and writing books for curious and adventurous kids. Jess can be found online at www.jesskeatingbooks.com or on Twitter at @Jess_Keating.
Keating's language is full of puns, but her science is spot-on... Frankly fantastic but fact-filled fun. -- Kirkus Reviews Praise for Pink Is for Blobfish by Jess Keating: A playful introduction to the kookier corners of the animal kingdom. -- Booklist Keating maintains a casual tone while delivering intriguing details about each animal. -- Publishers Weekly Praise for The Bad Seed, illustrated by Pete Oswald: Working in digitized watercolors, Oswald makes this antihero's angst vivid and touching, and the world the seed moves in -- a metropolis populated by seeds that include peanuts, coconuts, and corn kernels -- adds a playful counterpoint of background detail and comedy. -- Publishers Weekly Praise for The Good Egg, illustrated by Pete Oswald: * Oswald's digitally composed, bright artwork pops with rib-tickling close-ups and character-building moments. -- Kirkus Reviews, starred review