|Illustrated By:||Biggs, Brian|
|By (author):||Martin, Stephen W.|
|Subject:||JUVENILE FICTION / General|
|JUVENILE FICTION / Imagination & Play|
|JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes / Friendship|
|JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes / Self-Esteem & Self-Reliance|
|Publisher:||Margaret K. McElderry Books|
|Size:||10.00in x 10.00in x 0.10in|
|From The Publisher*||The Idea Jar meets When I Draw a Panda in this hilarious picture book following a boy who recruits his talented friend to teach him how to draw!|
Max loves to draw, but he's not very good at it. No, seriously, just look at some of his drawings. Ouch. So he asks his best friend, Eugene, for help. Working side by side, it's pretty obvious there's no hope for Max. Until Eugene has a brilliant idea, and they find a way to use Max's unique talents to turn up the awesome and have some fun! A lot of fun!
Brian Bigg's hilarious illustrations join Stephen W. Martin's conversational text to create a laugh-out-loud read about embracing your talent and creativity that budding artists everywhere will relate to!
|Biographical Note||Stephen W. Martin is a writer on Netflix's Emmy-nominated Trash Truck along with Frederator's Bravest Warriors. Stephen is also the author of several picture books, including Charlotte and the Rock, Fluffy McWhiskers Cuteness Explosion, and I Can't Draw. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and dog. Visit him at Stephen-W-Martin.com.|
Brian Biggs is the author and illustrator of many books for kids, including the Tinyville Town books, the New York Times bestselling Frank Einstein series (written by Jon Scieszka), Everything Goes, and Bike & Trike by Elizabeth Verdick. Brian has worked as an art director, graphic designer, and animator for interactivity and multimedia projects. His illustrations have appeared in magazines, newspapers, advertising, posters, toys, and puzzles. He works in an old garage. Visit him at MrBiggs.com.