As an illustrator, Ted Enik has worked for most of the better-known publishing houses in New York, as well as for the occasional advertising agency, greeting-card house, and pharmaceutical company. He was honored to be tapped to illustrate Eloise in Hollywood and for nearly a decade was an artist for the popular Fancy Nancy "I Can Read"™ series. He recently switched hats and is now happily writing (and rhyming) up a storm. Illustrator/designer G. F. Newland has held a long and ponderous chain of odd jobs over the years, and to pass the time he doodled. Many of these doodles made their way into books published by Scholastic and Hachette, and into galleries and museums around the known world (e.g., Brooklyn). His favorite odd jobs to date are being a dad, working at the School of Visual Arts (where he received a master's in computer art/animation), playing guitar in a power pop band called the Thigh Highs, and  playing his ’63 Farfisa stage organ in the comedy cabaret duo Milf & Dilf.

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