Before everyone recycled…there was a town that had 3,168 tons of garbage and nowhere to put it. What did they do? Enter the Garbage Barge! This mostly true and completely stinky story is sure to make you say “Pee-yew!”
Check out this new Storyline Online of Justin Theroux reading out loud, "Here Comes The Garbage Barge!" written by Jonah Winter and illustrated by Red Nose Studio.
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Hope you all have a great and safe night! We wanted to share with you some of our picks for this spooky day from our artists!
"Welcome to the Library of Lost Things, where the shelves are stuffed with books that have fallen through the cracks—from volumes of lovelorn teenage poetry to famous works of literature long destroyed or lost. They’re all here, pulled from history and watched over by the Librarian, curated by the Collectors, nibbled on by the rats. Filed away, never to be read. At least, until Thomas, the boy with the secret, comes to the Library."
'The Library of Lost Things' by Matthew Bright, illustrated by Red Nose Studio.
Read more of the full fictional story here.
For: Tor Books
The Av1ation Study has worked with Red Nose Studio to create a visual narrative for a clinical study provided for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. His lettering, characters, and animation are a perfect fit for the wonderment of adventure with the topic in hand. See his animations on their website here.
For: The Av1ation Study
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"Race to Collect"
SooJin Buzelli, Art Director
Congratulations Red Nose Studio!
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For: Scientific American
For: Los Angeles Times
For: Personal Work
For: Red Nose Studio
Congrats to Red Nose Studio for receiving a Gold medal at International DSE Apex Awards for his animation "The Blowing Blower" for MTA New York.
For: The Secret Subway
The following Random House Children’s Books have been nominated to the 2017 WSRA Children's Book Awards:
THE SECRET SUBWAY by Shana Corey; illustrated by Red Nose Studio
The WSRA Children's Literature Committee members dedicate themselves to reading widely in order to evaluate the newest books published each year. This is done to recommend the most interesting and valuable books for educators and children to read. The committee considers titles based on the quality of the literature, the appeal for students, and the value for classroom use. The committee creates two lists to help educators select titles for use in their specific areas. The "Just One More Page" list highlights the committee's recommendations for the best of the newest chapter books through eighth grade, while "Picture This" highlights the recommendations for the best of the newest picture books.
THE SECRET SUBWAY has also been named a Transitional Nonfiction Honor Book for the 2017 Maryland Blue Crab Book Awards!
The Maryland Blue Crab Young Reader Award was created in 2004 in an attempt to stimulate interest in books for the beginning reader and the emergent independent reader. At that time, there were few books produced in this niche, and it was hoped that an award that could garner national attention would encourage authors, illustrators and publishers to produce better quality books in this niche
Congrats Red Nose Studio!