Magnetic Poetry - Zombie Kit - Words for Refrigerator - Write Poems and Letters on The Fridge - Made in The USAThe Magnetic Poetry StoryDave Kapell, founder of Magnetic Poetry, was suffering from writer's block while trying to compose song lyrics. To overcome this problem, he wrote down interesting words on pieces of paper and rearranged them, looking for inspiration. What he hadn't figured into this experiment was his allergies. One good sneeze and any progress was sent flying across the room. Dave decided to glue the words to pieces of magnets and stick them to a pizza tin. Then he got hungry and the now magnetized words made their way to the refrigerator door. Before too long, Dave ...
"Attaboy is the co-founder and editor of "Hi-Fructose," the excellent new magazine about candy, toys, and monsters. He also creates his own incredibly-inspired and beautiful illustrations."--BoingBoing " Attaboy creates] a contradictory land where everything comes with sharp pointy teeth but works a way into your heart with their deceptive charms."--"Clutter Magazine" What if you combined Shel Silverstein and Tim Burton with a dollop of Dr. Seuss? You'd get Attaboy. With a theatrical eye for the absurd and unbridled paintbrush, his hilarious anthology of illustrated poems will amuse everyone who is a kid at heart. In his trademark style of bold color and twisted humor, Attaboy's baker's dozen of zany rhymes introduce off-the-wall characters (a child who is a sock magnet), highlights the adorably peculiar (a hugging cactus), and juxtaposes the mundane (counting sheep to sleep) with the bizarre (zombie clowns). Then there's the title story. Because of his beastly behavior, Gustav's parents hire an expert to determine if their son is truly a monster "Do you chew with BOTH your mouths open?" If you answer "yes" then more crazy creatures follow Enjoy hidden jokes and hilarious wordplay in this collection from an irreverent twenty-first century imagination. Attaboy is an internationally renowned gallery artist who successfully modernized classic toys and games for Hasbro and created stationary for Dark Horse Comics. The Disney Channel broadcast his animation "Too Many Robots." He co-founded the quarterly popular art magazine "Hi-Fructose" (www.hifructose.com) whose collected volumes "Last Gasp" has been published.