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Tad Carpenter

  • 5 stars across 8 books
    Tad Carpenter is an illustrator, designer, and teacher. His first book was Sad Santa (Sterling) and he has worked with Macy's, Adobe, Target, MTV, Hallmark Cards, Nick Jr., and Publix, to name a few. He feels very lucky to draw, paint, and create for a living. Tad lives in Kansas City, MO, with his wife, Jessica, who is also a graphic designer.
    20th March 2014

    Ninja, Ninja, Never Stop!

    Ninja small, Ninja large Ninja duck, Ninja charge. Ninja run, Ninja chop Ninja, Ninja never stop! Follow this little nin... More

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    13th September 2012

    I Say, You Say Opposites!

    I say small, you say BIG! I say night, you say DAY! This interactive and endlessly entertaining lift-the-f... More

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    1st March 2010

    Nrdc Simple Steps Toward a Healthier Earth

    It's easyand funto be green! Printed on 100% recycled materials and developed in partnership with the Natural Resources ... More

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    1st October 2013

    Pantone Color Puzzles: 6 Color-Matching Puzzles

    In this fourth Pantone offering for the under-5 set, children will learn to colour-match shades of each of the basic 8 c... More

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    13th February 2014

    Zoom! Zoom!: Sounds of Things That Go in the City

    See and hear a day in the life of the city through the eyes and ears of a young boy. From the TING-A-LING-A-LING of an a... More

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    13th September 2012

    I Say, You Say Animal Sounds!

    I say dog, you say WOOF! I say duck, you say QUACK! This interactive and endlessly entertaining lift-the-f... More

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    1st October 2013

    Pantone: Colour Puzzles

    In this fourth PANTONE offering for the preschool set, children learn to match shades of each of the six basic colors in... More

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    7th January 2021

    Are You a Scientist?

    An engaging and super-cute STEM-themed lift-the-flap introduction to famous scientists like Jane Goodall, Stephen ... More

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