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Little Fox and the Wild Imagination (Hardcover)
Debut author Jorma Taccone, member of the hit comedy trio The Lonely Island, has paired up with New York Times–bestselling, Caldecott Medal–winning illustrator Dan Santat to create Little Fox and the Wild Imagination, a picture book about time, space, and even giant-robot-squids.
This is a tale of great caution, terror, and destruction . . .
of bath time, and bedtime, and the battle in between.
This is the story of Little Fox and one VERY BIG imagination.
About the Author
Jorma Taccone is a comedian, director, and writer. He is one-third of the comedy group The Lonely Island with Akiva Schaffer and Andy Samberg. Jorma has an Emmy, multiple Writers Guild Awards, and a Peabody, which he does not think he deserves. Born in Berkeley, California, he now lives in New York City with his wife, Marielle, and their son, Wylie. Little Fox and the Wild Imagination is his first picture book.
Dan Santat is the Caldecott Medal–winning and New York Times–bestselling author and illustrator of The Adventures of Beekle: The Unimaginary Friend and the road trip/time travel adventure Are We There Yet? His artwork is also featured in numerous picture books, chapter books, and middle-grade novels, including Dav Pilkey's Ricky Ricotta series. Dan lives in Southern California with his wife, two kids, and many, many pets.
“A beautiful story about our imagination and how it can change our mood, our minds, and our lives. It's good book for any little person who has a lot on their mind.” —Amy Poehler, author of Yes, Please!
“A tremendously fun book from one of the warmest, most creative fathers I know.” —Seth Meyers
“This adorable story of father-and-son bonding is as sweet as it is funny.” —Al "Weird Al" Yankovic
“Little Fox and the Wild Imagination is a loving look at the power of imagination and what happens when we lead our kids with love.” —Maya Rudolph
“Little Fox and the Wild Imagination had me at 'Pfffffft!' It's a gorgeous, epic adventure that's fueled by shared imagining born out of love. It has obstacles and struggles, as an epic must. It's exciting, seriously good-hearted, and very funny—words and pictures both. And maybe best of all (spoiler alert) its penultimate scene features 5,000 books!” —Tony Kushner, author of Angels in America