There's a Cookie Stuck to My Nose!

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AuthorHouse, Jan 2, 2007 - Fiction - 36 pages
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A hungry boy tries to eat a super duper chewy gooey extra sticky bubble gum chocolate chip cookie and all sorts of fun follows as the cookie keeps getting such to everyone's noses. A fun children's story with brightly colored illustrations by cartoonist Daniel Roberts.

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About the author (2007)

A graphic artist and cartoonist, Daniel Roberts is a graduate of commercial art from Iowa Wesleyan College and a graduate of the Art Instruction School, which he participated in during his junior and senior years of high school. A life-long resident of the state of Iowa, he has been drawing since he tried copying the Peanuts comic strip characters at the age of 4. This introduced him to his first taste of comic strip drawing. Since graduating college, he has had his cartoons published in several magazines, including “Woman’s World”, "The Saturday Evening Post", “Rural Heritage” and in King Features Syndicate's "The New Breed" comic strip. Roberts has had a number of political cartoons and a continuing comic strip named "Haley's Comment" appear in the publication "Toons". He also does cartoons for the "Cousin Rick Says" newspaper column. He has written and illustrated the cartoon books "The Funny Side of Hunting & Fishing", “Kitty’s Laws: Murphy’s Laws for Cat Owners” and “Canine’s Laws: Murphy’s Laws for Dog Owners”. His children's picture books include "There's a Cookie Stuck to my Nose!", "The Santa Claus Easter Bunny Switch", “Chicken in the Hen House: A Counting Book”, “Harrison and his Robot Dinosaur”, “The Places I’ve been and the Things I’ve seen” and "The Great Dino-Circus". He has also illustrated the children’s books “Do Fish Sneeze?” (by published poet Jean Tweed) and "Little Mother Goose". His artwork has appeared on the covers of several books published by Stackpole Books. For more information about Daniel Roberts’ other books, please visit:

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