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Barbara DaCosta and Ed Young
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Thank you for joining us for the event with Barbara DaCosta and Ed Young! Find NIGHT SHADOWS and NIGHTTIME NINJA here: https://www.wildrumpusbooks.com/NightShadowsEvent


Barbara DaCosta and Ed Young
Join us for a virtual event with Barbara DaCosta and Ed Young, author and illustrator of the beautiful new picture book NIGHT SHADOWS! They will read their new book, talk a bit about their creative process and the story's meaning and origins, and answer questions.

This event will take place on Zoom Webinar. Register for free to get the link to join and a coupon discount code for 15% off of your order at wildrumpusbooks.com.

Barbara DaCosta writes about the mysterious, touching, fun, and quirky things in life. In addition to Night Shadows, she and artist Ed Young collaborated on Nighttime Ninja (Children's Choice Award) and Mighty Moby (Minnesota Book Award finalist). She lives in Minnesota.

Ed Young is a renowned illustrator and writer of children's picture books. Born on November 28, 1931, in Tientsin, China, he moved to the US as a young man, where he worked at an advertising agency before illustrating his first book, The Mean Mouse and Other Mean Stories by Janice May Urdry, in 1962. Since then he has illustrated over eighty children's books, seventeen of which he has also written. Throughout his long career he has received over fifty awards and honors, including the Caldecott Medal in 1990 for Lon Po Po, his retelling of a Chinese version of "Little Red Riding Hood," and Caldecott Honors for The Emperor and the Kite (1967) and Seven Blind Mice (1992). He has been nominated twice for the Hans Christian Andersen Award, the highest international recognition given to children's book authors and illustrators for their contribution to children's literature. His books frequently draw on folklore from Chinese, Native American, Indian, Persian, and other cultures, and he uses a variety of media, including pencil, pastel, ink, collage, cut paper, photographs, and found materials. He lives in Westchester County, New York, with his two daughters and two cats.


Wild Rumpus

Timezone: America/Chicago
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This event will take place on Zoom Webinar. Find the link to join in the "Notes for Attendees" after registering. If you have questions or problems connecting, please contact Drew at drew@wildrumpusbooks.com.


Online / Streaming / Virtual
Arts > Literary

Minimum Age: 0
Kid Friendly: Yes!


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