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The Sasquatch and the Lumberjack

Family

Crix Sheridan

Board book

List Price: 12.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

Sasquatch and Lumberjack are back for another adventure! And so are their . . . families! Follow along on their Pacific Northwest adventures as the two friends and their two families merge their growing friendship to become one big and happy family.

A companion book to Crix Sheridan's The Sasquatch and the Lumberjack, this visually engaging story continues to grow the relationship between these endearing characters as we meet their big and colorful families.

This visual story uses spare text, making it a perfect book to share to encourage creative storytelling and to stimulate the imagination of younger readers.


Praise For The Sasquatch and the Lumberjack: Family

"They start out as friends, but through a series of visual adventures (in the Pacific Northwest), Sasquatch endears himself to the lumberjacks who welcome them as one of their own."--Story Monsters Ink

"Colorful and full of movement, this board book is a fun introduction to simple family words for kids ages zero to three."--Shelf Awareness

Little Bigfoot, 9781632172709, 22pp.

Publication Date: March 18, 2020



About the Author

CRIX SHERIDAN is a creator, illustrator, and designer calling the great Pacific Northwest home. Born east of the Rockies and west of the island of Manhattan, Crix studied screenwriting, film, philosophy, and art in school and at university. He took second prize in a one-act play contest while living abroad in Dublin during his studies of theatre. After years of traveling and trying his hand at various fields, he came back to study graphic design. His distinct visual style combines the energy of animation and his love of rich, detailed illustrations. In comics he has contributed to titles including Plants vs. Zombies and Usagi Yojimbo. His own graphic novels include The Motorcycle Samurai and the all-ages comic Spacebat and the Fugitives with Top Shelf. His work The Trouble Makers was developed with his niece and nephews and is about them as superheroes. He currently lives in Seattle with his wife and their two bikes.