"A provocative illumination of the nooks and crannies of a document that citizens have come to take for granted." - Kirkus
An unexpected turn of events introduces a "latte" trouble in this story of first crushes, friendship, and everyone's favorite fall treat!
★ “Unity and division are themes rich for exploration in this story of alphabet letters separated by fear and complacency. It will grow upon children and adults with each reading.” —SLJ (starred review)
Some things take a long time in arriving, and others take a long time in arriving out into the public sphere. Such is the case with a fabulous and thoroughly charming picture book by the talented Rebecca Van Slyke. Although this deal came together some months ago, additional time was taken to locate just the right illustrator to bring this amazing story to life.
I'm now delighted to say that all Ts have been crossed and all Is dotted: It's official! Here's the good news that will be shouted abroad today:
Catherine Onder at Bloomsbury has acquired world rights to Monster's Trucks, a picture book by Rebecca Van Slyke, author of Mom School and Where Do Pants Go?. The book follows a monster who absolutely will not let you touch his trucks—but what happens if you go ahead anyway? The book will be illustrated by Joe Sutphin, illustrator of James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein's Word of Mouse. Publication is slated for fall 2018; Ammi-Joan Paquette of Erin Murphy Literary Agency represented the author and Edward Maxwell at Sanford J. Greenburger Associates represented the illustrator.
Hip hip, hooray and three cheers for Rebecca :)