Showing posts with label Jeffrey Brown. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Jeffrey Brown. Show all posts

Friday, September 23, 2016

Sept 26: Jeffrey Brown and Judd Winick in Takoma Park

Monday, September 26, 2016 at 7:30 p.m.
Andy and Lucy may live 40,000 years in the past, but these Neanderthal siblings have problems—crushes, squabbles, and baby brothers— that persist today. Brown tells their story alongside nonfiction sections that serve to dispel misinformation about these human relatives.

In Winick’s sequel to Hilo, the titular heroic alien robot unexpectedly returns to Earth and human friends DJ and Gina. Then, mysterious portals pop up all over town and disgorge one terrifying creature after another. An enormous mutant chicken and a million killer vegetables are only some of the foes that Hilo, DJ, and Gina must confront in order to save their community. Ages 9-12

Takoma Park Library (MD)
101 Philadelphia Ave
Takoma ParkMD20912

Monday, September 24, 2007

Jeffrey Brown in today's Express

Sorry to be so late with this, but I was out of the office all day, and then buying new tires. Scott Rosenberg's in today's paper with, "Sincere intent to flatter: Jeffrey Brown's love of a toy spawned his need to satirize it", Express (September 24, 2007): 22. It's about Brown's Incredible Change-Bots, his 'Transformers' comic book. Not online though.