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Original Artwork by David Shannon, author of No, David!

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Framed Acrylic paint and Prismacolor pencils on Strathmore illustration board.
Artwork dimensions: 17” x 22”

David Shannon is the acclaimed creator of more than thirty picture books, including No, David!, a Caldecott Honor Book, and its two sequels, David Gets in Trouble and David Goes to School. Shannon’s bestsellers include Too Many Toys; Alice the Fairy; Good Boy, Fergus!; A Bad Case of Stripes; and How I Became a Pirate. Through his vibrant illustrations, Shannon creates imaginative, lively portrayals of his characters, making the books inviting to children. Shannon lives in Southern California.

80% of your donation will support the literary organizationsReading is Fundamental and Reach Out and Read.

Donated by: Scholastic Inc.
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  • Work is framed and in condition as donated. Additional shipping charges may apply based on winner's location.
  • Lot #265208
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Original Artwork by David Shannon, author of No, David!

Sun, 5 Jun 2011 12:18:35 PM EDT

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