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Dad: The Man, the Myth, the Legend

Mifflin Lowe Albert Pinilla

32 pages
Bushel & Peck Books

He's the most interesting man in the world. He changes diapers just because he likes it. His bedtime stories are so epic, they begin "Twice upon a time." When he does long division, there are never any remainders. And if his love were a building, not even King Kong could reach the top.

He's a myth. He's a legend. He's . . . my dad!

Dad: The Man, The Myth, The Legend is an epic—and totally unexaggerated—tale for dads everywhere! Heroic, hilarious, and heartwarming, it's the sweet saga of Dad: protector, provider, and child's best friend.

And it's all true. Right Dad?

Author Bio
Author, singer, songwriter, and musician, Mifflin Lowe has had six books published, which have sold over 300,000 copies in 4 languages. His books include a children's poetry book, Beasts By The Bunches (Doubleday) and three humor books for adults: The Cheapskate's Handbook, I Hate Fun and How To Be A Celebrity (Price/Stern/Sloan.) He has also performed his music for family audiences from New England to New Orelans presenting works from his children's CDs: The King Who Forgot His Underpants, Cowboy Kareem, Wilton Wilberry's Magical Holiday Wishing Well, Cat Tales, and Beasts By The Bunches (Caedmon/Harper& Row;) and has sung an orchestral version of "Beasts by The Bunches," with the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra, and Missouri Symphony under the direction of Maestro Kirk Trevor. Recently, his animated film script, The Adventures of Cowboy Kareem won the blue ribbon prize in the Sarasota Film Office TV/ME competition beating out over 800 entrants from 28 states.,In the world of dance, Mifflin's work has been used by the Island Moving Company of Newport, RI in presentations of "Beasts by The Bunches" and "Cowboy Kareem." The West Hartford Youth Ballet under the direction of Bette Ann Libin has also presented Mr. Lowe's works, including Beasts By The Bunches, a dance from Lowe's song, "I Spit Out My Food" for the "Ted Hershey Dance Marathon". This June, the West Hartford Youth Ballet will present a dance performance featuring Miss Libin's original choreography with the music and story of Lowe's rock opera, "The King Who Forgot His Underpants."Albert Pinilla is a freelance illustrator based between Barcelona and Finland. He has worked for many publishers and companies including Editorial Casals, Editorial Sàpiens, Diset S.A, Goula, Editorial San Pablo, Descobrir magazine, Namaka Magazine, Editorial Mi Cuento, P/A/N magazine, Capçalera magazine from the Association of Catalan Journalists, Davos Comunicación S.L, La Agencia de Publicidad S.A (Spain), Hannacroix Creek Books, Bookworks, Highlights Magazine (USA), Petit Dimoni Magazine (France), Headu Giochi (Italy), Igloo Books (United Kingdom), Schildts & Söderstrströms (Finland) and Akotek (Norway).