The Stumps of Flattop Hill - Amusing Scare Story For Kids

In his picture book, The Stumps of Flattop Hill, award-winning children's author Kenneth Kit Lamug weaves a fairytale classic in the tradition of the Brothers Grimm. His dark tale for children is scary and entertaining at the same time. With its fantastic wordplay and rhymes it challenges...

Exclusive Interview: Ken Lamug On Haunted Houses And The Value of Scary Fairy Tales

Las Vegas-based author and illustrator Kenneth Lamug has published a new childrens book, The Stumps of Flattop Hill. In this dark yet amusing tale following the tradition of the Brother’s Grimm", Ken tells the story of Florence, a little girl who enters a haunted house - both frightened an...

"Wollstonecraft" – Girls are cool!

This initial Kickstarter - a children's book for kids aged 8 to 12 - tells the story of Ada and Mary, two eleven year old girls living in London in 1826. Both are extremely curious and smart, and about to open a detective agency to solve tricky cases and go adventure hunting. On "the adv...

All pictures no words: the art of Mercer Mayer

Mercer Mayer was born December 30, 1943 in Little Rock, Arkansas. He is today known as an American children's book writer and illustrator living in Roxbury, Connecticut and has published about 300 books. His illustrative styles vary widely according to the project. His first book, "A Boy,...

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