Will Terry grew up just outside ofWashington, D.C., where he enjoyedscouting, sports, and playing cello in his HSorchestra. He studied illustration at BYU.In 1992, he moved to Maryland in search ofwork and within 3 months was working full-time as an illustrator.His work has appearedin national advertisements for Sprint, PizzaHut, M&M Mars, Fed Ex, Master Card andmany more!Will has illustrated 17 childrensbooks, which was his life long dream afterstarting his art career illustrating formagazines, and advertisements.
Texas-style adaptation of a traditionalfolktale, a tarantula, mockingbird, and hornedtoad refuse to help an armadillo prepare abatch of chili but nevertheless expect to eat itwhen its ready.
Resets the tale ofthe Gingerbreadboy in thesouthwest, wherethe scrumptiousGordita eludes herpursuers until shemeets a clever owl.Includes glossary ofSpanish terms anda Gorditas recipe.
An Argentine wide-mouthed frog sets out through therain forest to brag about his fly-eating abilities andencounters a toco toucan, a coati, a capybara, and ajaguar.
An adaptation of the traditional folktale inwhich three little gators each build a house inan east Texas swamp, hoping for protectionfrom the Big-bottomed Boar.
Little Rooster is happyto find a diamondbutton--its a perfectpresent for his mistress.Then the king snatchesthe button for histreasure chamber.When Little Roosterdemands the buttonback, the king has himthrown into a well.
How many of WillTerry’s books can youread before his visit onOctober 18, 2012?
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