The Pencil Eater

The Pencil Eater

The Pencil Eater

The Pencil Eater


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The Pencil Eater hunts for tasty treats but encounters some obstacles along the way. Frustrated by his efforts, The Pencil Eater visits an elementary school and discovers a whole new set of problems.The Pencil Eater is a clever tale inspired by an elementary school teacher's struggle to keep track of pencils in her classroom.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781643721323
Publisher: Maclaren-Cochrane Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: 08/06/2019
Series: Pencil Eater , #1
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.25(d)
Age Range: 3 Months to 12 Years

About the Author

Stacey Corrigan grew up in Elkton, MI and began writing as a columnist for a local newspaper in high school. She graduated Michigan State University with a BA in Elementary Education and Saginaw Valley State University with a MA in Early Childhood Education. While completing her college coursework, Stacey fell in love with picture books and has used them to teach and entertain her students for years. Stacey lives in Michigan with her husband, their two sons, and an adorable beagle named Sadie.

For as long as he can remember, Steve has had a pencil in his hand. With this love of drawing it was only natural that he would follow a career in the arts. After many successful years as a graphic designer, working for a variety of publishing companies, he decided to follow his heart and do what he loves most - create weird and wacky characters. When he is not drawing, which isn't very often, Steve likes to volunteer his time at his local primary school, where he encourages young minds to explore their creativity through drawing and painting. He's an animated movie fan and hopes that maybe one day one of his characters will play a leading role. Born in the UK, he now lives in Australia with his family and an assortment of characters who are waiting in the wings to be brought to life on paper.
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