Willie Devargas (Author) Lisa Goldberg (Author)
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When a toddler wakes up to find his teddy bear missing, he leaves no stone unturned in a frantic search to find his friend. Will Teddy turn up? What if he doesn't? Accompanied by an original song from award-winning Kindie musician, Willie Devargas, this sweet story goes to show that perseverance pays off, mom doesn't always have the answers, and those we love remain in our hearts even when we can't be together.
Super Giant Creatures
February 09, 2021
8.5 X 8.5 X 0.25 inches | 0.67 pounds
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About the Author
Willie Devargas, a children's music artist, was born and raised in New York City. He fell in love with music as a child, immersed in the diversity of the city and exposed to sounds from all over the world. As an early childhood music teacher Willie saw how his original music sparked his students to dance, clap, smile, and open up in new ways. He was hooked and inspired to keep on creating songs with empowering messages about life and our world, simple enough for our youngest children to understand and with rhythm that all ages can appreciate. Willie is a recipient of the Blackboard Award for teaching and has been highlighted as a top Kindie artist in NYC by New York Family magazine. In a life that revolves around his love for bringing music to children, Devargas can often be found teaching ukulele lessons to preschoolers, donating time at local hospitals and libraries, and performing for children's parties and events. He lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife and son.
Lisa Goldberg is the illustrator of the picture books 'Sadie's Shabbat Stories' published by Clear Fork Publishing, and 'Teddy' published by Super Giant Creatures. A member of the SCBWI and a graduate of the Children's Book Academy, Lisa previously worked as an architect. She loves animals and is an active member of the Art of Compassion Project, an international artists' collective dedicated to raising awareness and funds to improve the lives of animals. She is also a super giant fan of Willie Devargas' music and is excited to be collaborating with him on their next picture book. She lives on the Lower East Side of New York City with her husband, daughter and two spoiled cats