Ruby Gloom's Keys to Happiness

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Harry N. Abrams, Oct 1, 2004 - Humor - 48 pages
Beetlejuice meets Eloise in this humorous, goth debut.
Ruby Gloom is already a best-selling apparel and accessory design of "Mighty Fine's, for 'tweens and teens, especially goth girls. Now she introduces herself with seventeen slightly offbeat lessons for life, as seen from the shadowy Victorian mansion where she hangs out with her cat, Doom, the seven skeletons in her closet, and the occasional ghost (They're so dramatic!).
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About the author (2004)

Clam Lynch began his career in the early 90s as a performance artist. His work included giant cardboard props, crazy handmade costumes, and sampled 50s children's music. In 1992, he and his partner, Stephen Holman, were approached by Nickelodean to develop a children's television show. They wrote, designed, and performed in Life with Loopy and The Shrimpkins. More recently, Clam has developed shows for the USA Network and the HBO Workspace. He has worked as a Production Designer on dozens of music videos for MTV, earning a Best Art Direction nomination for a 1995 R.E.M. video. Clam lives in Los Angeles with his daughter, Eloise. In his spare time, he teaches art to children, ages 5-12.

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