The Squickerwonkers

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Titan Books (US, CA), Nov 18, 2014 - Fiction - 42 pages
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Meet Selma of the Rin-Run Royals, a clever little girl who is spoiled to the core. One day Selma stumbles upon a band of colorful marionettes, and gets more than she bargained for. The remarkable Squickerwonkers of the fabulous Squickershow are about to teach Selma that she’ll not always get her way.

Evangeline Lilly is best known for her work as an actress, but her foremost passion has always been writing. This book is her first published work. Beautifully illustrated by Johnny Fraser-Allen, this eccentric and visually stunning cautionary tale will appeal to adults and children alike.

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Actress Lilly makes her picture-book debut. Opening with a slant rhyme, the preface claims Selma discovered a "wagon-like ride," though how this is possible when she's just "wandered away from a fair ... Read full review

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About the author (2014)

Evangeline Lilly is a Canadian actress who starred as Kate Austen in ABC's Lost. Lilly is also known for her roles in the feature films Afterwards,The Hurt Locker, and Real Steel. Lilly appeared in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and will appear in The Hobbit: There and Back Again, the final film in Peter Jackson's The Hobbit trilogy.

Johnny Fraser-Allen is a senior sculptor and conceptual designer at WETA workshop where he has worked since his teens. His film credits include Andrew Adamson's Narnia Chronicles, Stephen Spielberg's Tintin, and Peter Jackson's King Kong and The Hobit trilogy.

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