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About Ethan Long
Ethan Long is a popular and internationally recognized children's book author and illustrator with over 100 titles to his credit, which include Fright Club, Tickle the Duck, One Drowsy Dragon, Big Cat, My Dad My Hero, Chamelia and the New Kid in Class, and the Theodor Seuss Geisel Award winning, Up, Tall and High!. He is also the illustrator of the board books for the best-selling picture book series Good Night, Good Night, Construction Site, written by Sherry Duskey Rinker, and the wildly successful Stick Dog and Stick Cat series, both written by Tom Watson.
In the television world, he is the creator and executive producer of the Emmy-Nominated animated preschool series Tasty Time With Zefronk, which aired daily on The Disney Channel and Disney Junior from 2008-2016. His Scribbles and Ink and Chamelia picture books are in development for television with WGBH and Technicolor France, respectively.
Born and raised in Central Pennsylvania, his childhood memories serve as inspiration for many of his ideas, drawings and stories. Since graduating in 1991 from Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida, Ethan has spent most of his days doing his three favorite things – creating art, writing stories and making people laugh.
He currently lives with his family in beautiful and sunny Orlando, Florida, USA
For Ethan's full story, visit ethanlong.com!
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More than two million Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site books have sold across the series.
From the author of the best-selling, #1 New York Times Best-selling book Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site, this new alphabet concept board book features the same characters as the original, but is written for a younger audience. This lyrical story helps toddlers sing along with Cement Mixer, who churns out a rollicking alphabet rhyme while he shows Bulldozer that work can be fun and teaches little readers the words of the construction site, from A to Z. Work is always lighter when there is someone by your side to sing along!
Teaches children about friendship, teamwork, and the alphabet.
Features characters from the original book.
• Teaches toddlers their ABCs
• Kids learn about teamwork
• Story highlights the value of friendship
Fans of Mighty, Mighty Construction Site, Dump Truck's Colors, and Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site and Steam Train, Dream Train Board Books Boxed Set will love this book by author Sherri Duskey Rinker and illustrator Ethan Long.
• Perfect book for parents, grandparents, caregivers, teachers, and librarians to read to kids
• Makes a great baby shower gift or birthday present for small children.
• A great addition to the Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site book series
Each year, on Halloween eve, Fright Club meets to go over their plan: Operation Kiddie Scare. Only the scariest of monsters can join Fright Club--Vladimir the Vampire, Fran K. Stein, Sandy Witch, and Virginia Wolf have all made the cut. They've been practicing their ghoulish faces, their scary moves, and their chilling sounds. But when a band of cute little critters comes along asking to join in the fun, the members of Fright Club will find out who really is the scariest of all!
This clever, rollicking read aloud text and delightfully spooky illustrations will have young readers laughing, cheering, and begging to be the newest members of Fright Club.
Join Dump Truck on his colorfully busy day at the construction site! Little construction fans will love the colors that fill the world of the bestselling Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site series, from the blue sky in the morning to the white moon at night. This concept-driven board book features characters from the original book in the series, continuing the brand and reaching a new, younger audience. Work is always lighter with friends by your side!
• Teaches colors to kids
• Rhyming words make reading fun
• Features characters from the original book
Children who like Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site, Steam Train, Dream Train, Mighty, Mighty Construction Site, and Excavator's 123 will be excited about this book.
• Great gift for preschoolers who like trucks, construction, building, and cars
• Parents and teachers of toddlers and preschoolers will enjoy reading this with kids
• Fans of author Sherri Duskey Rinker and Ethan Long, internationally recognized illustrator, will love this book
When Clara and Clem build a car out of blocks, they have no idea where it will take them. But with a little imagination, the two take the trip of a lifetime down winding roads, up tall mountains, and across the sky. This Level 1 reader is beautifully simple and sweet--and available in both hardcover and paperback!
The members of Fright Club are always ready to scare, but tonight Fran K. Stein has something else on his mind. He's busy making something, and the other monsters want to know what it is.
Could it be a mask with fangs? A big pink nose? Or maybe a paper butt? No . . . it's a Valentine!
That means one thing . . . EEEEK!! Is Fran in love? What could be scarier than falling in love?!?
In this hilariously spooky story by Geisel Award-winning author and illustrator Ethan Long, even the scariest of monsters have true feelings.
In the darkest of nights, when all else is lost, Scotty is ready to vanquish any foe. After all, that's what a superhero does.
But this hero is about to come face-to-face with his greatest fear, his only weakness: the first day of school!
But just when Scotty thinks all hope is lost, he realizes that school is no match for a whole team of heroes--his new friends.
It's the fourth Thursday of November, and the members of Fright Club are cooking up something spooky . . . a Thanksgiving feast!
But when Vlad's family arrives unexpectedly, they put their own spin on each of the dishes. Now, the rolls are as hard as headstones and the turkey has been cooked to death. Vlad loves his family, but they've made a mess of their meal!
Can this monster-filled family come together to save their feast and celebrate what the holiday is truly about?