Hello, My Name Is Octicorn

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Product Details
Price
$17.99  $16.73
Publisher
Balzer & Bray/Harperteen
Publish Date
Pages
48
Dimensions
9.5 X 9.31 X 0.38 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780062387936

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About the Author

Kevin Diller (PhD, University of St. Andrews) is associate professor of philosophy and religion at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana. He holds graduate degrees from Princeton Theological Seminary and Calvin Theological Seminary, and completed postdoctoral work at the University of Notre Dame where he was awarded the prestigious Frederick J. Crosson Fellowship from the Notre Dame Center for Philosophy of Religion.

Justin is an entrepreneur who has successfully built and led multiple organizations across different industries. His degree in Philosophy from Vanderbilt University has served him well as an organizational leader throughout his career. In his spare time, he enjoys theology, history, traveling, and politics... and of course a good read! Originally from New York, Justin currently resides in Texas with his wife and three children.

BINNY TALIB is an award-winning illustrator and textile and surface pattern designer.

Her hand-drawn and playful illustrations have secured licensing deals across major Australian and international brands. Binny has illustrated her own wallpaper collection, textiles, children's toys, fashion lines, interior design, books, album covers, and greeting cards. Her agency background as an Art and Creative Director, as well as her honors degree in Visual Communications, sets her apart in the world of illustration.

Reviews
"Charming and amusing...a fun choice for storytime."--School Library Journal
"At once funny and heartfelt, this highly original, important book helps kids to think about their own place among others and encourages acceptance of others, especially those who are left out."--The Times Herald