A Whimsical Washington Night: The Adventures of a DC Duo

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Shankman and O'Neill have done it again! Come along as DC Daisy meets her best buddy, Washington Panda, for an evening of adventures - both wacky and fantastic - against the backdrop of the capital's most beloved landmarks. Watch Daisy and Panda join Lincoln, Washington and Teddy Roosevelt for a game of volleyball against the supreme court justices. The story climaxes with a spectacular dance number, featuring all one hundred senators, on the steps of the capital building! (You won't see that anywhere else.) Children, parents, and teachers alike loves Ed Shankman's whimsical, rollicking rhymes and Dave O'Neill's dazzling, colorful illustrations. You'll also appreciate the warm sense of friendship and more thoughtful moments in this one-of-a-kind fantasy for young children.
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ISBN: 9781641940009
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Commonwealth Editions
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State: District of Columbia
Images: 100
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 10.2 (w) x 10 (h)
Author
Ed Shankman was born in the Bronx, New York, and lives today in Verona, New Jersey. As a creative director in the advertising industry, he has directed creative efforts for some of the world's best-known companies. Beyond the office, he has always spent his time chasing creative inspiration as a writer, guitar player, and painter. With illustrator Dave O'Neill, he has created nine winning children's titles for Commonwealth Editions, an imprint of Applewood Books.Dave O'Neill is an Illustrator and Art Director. Throughout the years, Dave has worked with several advertising and marketing agencies as a graphic designer for children's brands. He also moonlights with an improv comedy troupe and designs toys in his spare time. More of Dave's work can be found on his art blog, at oneilldave.blogspot.com. Dave has a pet Seagull named Sully. Or does he? (he doesn't) Does he? Today, Dave is a husband to a cool girl and a father to a cool, smaller girl.
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