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Andrew Arnold

Andrew Arnold

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by James Sturm, Alexis Frederick-Frost, and Andrew Arnold - Children's 3-5, Graphic Novel

All day long, the Knight peels turnips. This isn’t what she had in mind for her first magic lesson. She wants to make a magic potion, not soup! Things get a lot more exciting when she steals the wizard’s magic wand and spell book. Her potion transforms Edward into a giant worm --- and he’s hungry!

by James Sturm, Andrew Arnold, and Alexis Frederick-Frost - Children's 3-6, Graphic Novel, Picture
The Knight's best friend is her horse, Edward. They go everywhere together and do everything together! But when the Knight gets a gryphon, suddenly all she talks about is how awesome her new pet is. Edward can't help it --- he's jealous! But the gryphon turns out to be more of a peril than a pet, and it's Edward who comes to the rescue in the end. It turns out that gryphons aren't so great...but Edward sure is!
by James Sturm, Andrew Arnold, and Alexis Frederick-Frost - Children's 3-6, Graphic Novel, Picture
The Knight can't wait for her first camping trip! She and her horse Edward pack everything they need --- including her beloved Teddy --- and head out into the woods. But when it's time for bed, Teddy is nowhere to be found!
by James Sturm and Andrew Arnold - Art, How-to

In ADVENTURES IN CARTOONING: CHARACTERS IN ACTION you'll learn how to create your own kooky characters. And fresh faces are needed --- the famous director Otto Airs is making a movie, and he's invited everyone in the kingdom to audition! It's your chance to dream up boatloads of wacky characters to star in the film. Discover how body language and expression are used to tell a story, dress a wizard to the nines and choose the perfect rogue robot. After following the heroes on their cartooning adventure, you'll be ready to create characters to star in your own comic book!

by James Sturm, Andrew Arnold, and Alexis Frederick-Frost

Christmas is coming! The Magic Cartooning Elf and his friend the Knight help Santa make a Christmas comic. But will kids put away their iPads, smart phones and video games long enough to read a book?