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William Joyce
A true luminary and creative spirit, William Joyce has put his personal stamp on children's media in every direction. His picture books include George Shrinks, Dinosaur Bob and Santa Calls; he's won three Emmy awards for his Rolie Polie Olie animated series; developed character concepts for Toy... show more

A true luminary and creative spirit, William Joyce has put his personal stamp on children's media in every direction. His picture books include George Shrinks, Dinosaur Bob and Santa Calls; he's won three Emmy awards for his Rolie Polie Olie animated series; developed character concepts for Toy Story and A Bug's Life; and his films include Robots and Meet the Robinsons. He's currently co-directing The Guardians for DREAMWORKS, and is producing The Leaf Men, based on his picturebook. He lives in Shreveport, LA, and is the founder of Moonbot Studios.
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Book Blog rated it 1 year ago
This is the story of how the Sandman came to be. The man in the moon tasked the sandman with giving children good dreams. This story follows the Sandman has he carries out this task and encounters the nightmare king. The Sandman fights back after some new friends help him get better after his battle...
Bookin' It
Bookin' It rated it 3 years ago
"And soon something ABSOLUTELY, BRILLIANTLY, CHEERFUL started to happen..." This book is a work of art. It is gorgeous from cover to cover. The story starts in a world of only numbers. Its orderly, there's no color, only black and white numbers. Then the five heroes wanted something different, ...
Defenestraethe
Defenestraethe rated it 3 years ago
I am not normally a fan of booger jokes. But I trust William Joyce. This is a book by the adult Joyce about how he came to write his first book when he was ten or so, a book called Billy's Booger, which is included.Very cool.Library copy
Reading For The Heck Of It
Reading For The Heck Of It rated it 3 years ago
Not too long ago I watched a beautiful little animated short film entitled The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore. There is no dialogue and yet it (excuse the phrase) spoke to me on a very personal level. Imagine my delight when I discovered that it was created by the same man that create...
Aren's Library
Aren's Library rated it 3 years ago
Very cute and a lot of fun. Great for children.
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