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HAPPY NEW YEAR! Thanks for making 2014 such a great year at Knuffle Manor.  2015 promises to have lots of exciting events, theater performances, books, and more.  Here's a taste of what's scheduled this year as of now. Productions of ELEPHANT & PIGGIE'S WE ARE IN A PLAY! in Nashville, TN; Syracuse, NY; Orlando, FL; and Washington, DC plus a production of Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical

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2. Don’t Let The Comedians Do Story Time!

San Francisco Sketchfest is a huge event that for over a decade has featured truely great comics doing all sorts of improv, interviews, sketch, stand-up, screenings, and now storytime. Yup. Joining the SF Sketchfest lineup this year will be a show entitled Don’t Let The Comedians Do Story Time! that will feature some of your favorite comics turning my books into sketches. It should be a

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The fine folks over at the Theatre of Youth are putting on a production of KNUFFLE BUNNY: A CAUTIONARY MUSICAL at the Allendale Theater in Buffalo, NY. The show opens September 13th and runs through October 14th. Don't miss the action! The drama! The over-sized laundry! Speaking of Buffalo, NY, The Buffalo News likes the just published GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE DINOSAURS, saying new

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If you're planning to spend some time in Cape Cod this Summer, why not visit the Cape Cod Rep on Wed. or Thursday mornings for a performance of KNUFFLE BUNNY A CAUTIONARY MUSICAL? The performances begin next week (June 27) and run through August 30th! Details are here! Enjoy the show.

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5. Meet ELEPHANT & PIGGIE at the BRONX ZOO this weekend!

Elephant & Piggie will be appearing at the Bronx Zoo May 19 & 20 along with a storyteller to read stories about them at12:30 and 2:30 pm! Should be great fun. Speaking of NYC and appearances, I'll be in New York tomorrow (May 17) with pals Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi joining Jeff "Swampy" Marsh (Phineas & Ferb) and some pop stars to meet all of the finalists from around the nation

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6. Read It & Weep!

 What happens when you combine the indie-hipster vibe of the Center for Cartoon Studies and the establishment of the National Cartoonist Society to work on a project together? Something to make you cry. The Cartoon Crier is a really amazing 36 page comic featuring morose strips by an astonishing array of inidie and traditional cartoonists.  You got your Blondie,  Cul de Sac, Rhymes with

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Looks like I'll be making a few last minute appearances in NYC this weekend: This Sunday, April 29th, is the 2nd day of the annual MoCCA festival, an indie comic fest filled with great artists, panels, comix and more.  The fest has moved from the Puck Building to the less claustrophobic Lexington Ave. Armory.  It's a great place to discover new comics and meet your cartooning heroes.

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8. Cozy Red Elephant

The staff and pals of the Eric Carle Museum have taken it upon themselves to insure that my large sculpture, The Red Elephant, remains cozy for the rest of the New England spring by "Yarn Bombing" him: Besides being great fun, The Red Elephant's new look is in service of promoting pals Mac Barnett & Jon Klassen's new book Extra Yarn. This is the first of what I hope will be a series of

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9. Mo' Theater: Chicago, NYC, & Bahrain!

There are 3 theater events based on my books on two ends of the planet coming up in the next few weeks. Starting this weekend ( March 17th) and running until the first weekend in May, Chicago's Lifeline Theatre will be presenting their version of NAKED MOLE RAT GETS DRESSED on the weekends. (Wonder what the Dress Rehearsal will be like! Tee Hee.)  Check it out, and be sure to bring

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10. Next week is the FRIENDIVERSARY!

  Events are happening in schools all over New Orleans, Springfield, MA, and beyond. You can help, too! (And thanks to all that are!) All the details are here. The press release is here.  Also, if you're in Brooklyn, NY this weekend, head over to the BAM Children's Film Festival where a host of great kid films will be screened, including the animated version of NAKED MOLE

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11. New site(s) at R Michelson Gallery

Original pencil sketch for Knuffle Bunny Too R Michelson Gallery is the country's premier gallery for children's illustration and I'm quite lucky to have them both as my gallery and my neighbors. The team has just put together a new website of my available work, including an in depth look at the Red Elephant and proposals for other large-scale work. If you're ever in Northampton, MA, the

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The Knuffle Bunny Musical is hitting the road for a final tour before returning to the Kennedy Center in Washington DC for a short Holiday Run.  This is the end of a thrilling ride that began several years back. I hope you'll try to catch a show if it comes to your area and I hope you'll enjoy it.  Don't be shy about getting your tickets sooner rather than later, these performances have been

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13. Road trip recap...

It's been quite a busy couple of weeks since last I posted. The family and I drove down from Northampton to New Orleans for this year's ALA Conference, but before we left I had a chance to meet & hear Tomi Ungerer speak at the Eric Carle Museum, where a retrospective is currently on exhibit.  It's a great show, you should go (also the Barbara McClintock show in the middle gallery is amazing).  A

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14. ABC Silent Auction

One of the highlights of Book Expo America in NYC next week is a party and silent auction to benefit independent Kids bookstores. (I've heard rumors of an on-line auction as well, but have no details). This year they've posted some of the great work available for auction, including mine, an original frame of Elephant and Piggie from a comic strip I recently did for McSweeney's.  It is a

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15. Meet the Knuffle Bunny Cast!

The wonderful cast of Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical will be making a NYC appearance this Friday (May 20th) at 7pm in the 86th and Lexington Barnes and Noble. They'll be singing a few songs and signing a copies of the new Special Edition Knuffle Bunny book that includes the original Kennedy Center Cast Album. Drop by and say, "Aggle Flaggle Klabble" for me.

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16. ASIFA-East Fest this Sunday

If you're in NYC this Sunday (May 1st) and are in the mood for a screening of the best of East Coast animation in the past year, I suggest you drop by The ASIFA-East Festival at The New School Tischman Auditorim 66 W. 12th St. (bet. 5th/6th Aves) NYC Show starts at 6pm, but get there early and beat the crowd. I have it on good authority that both of this years animated adaptations of

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17. Knuffle Funny Exhibit in Cincinnati!

If you're in the Cincinnati area over the next few months, please drop on by the the main public library for the KNUFFLE FUNNY: The art and whimsy of Mo Willems exhibit, which will be running until November 14th.I've mentioned the solo exhibit of my work before (here & here) and the library has a slideshow of some of the pieces as well.Also, thanks to you City Dog, Country Frog spends its 2nd

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18. Local rocks!

This Friday my local paper had an in-depth story about me, my work, my studio, and my new town. The piece is, in my opinion, exceptional and accurate, except that it makes me look much cooler than I actually am. (Trixie even gets a shout-out in a sidebar).I also recently chatted with local morning DJ Monte Belmonte about films, books, and the craft of animation. Monte is always great fun and

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19. Cat the Cat sizzle!

You can check out this video and play lots of Cat the Cat games over at GoMo.net!.

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20. Exhibition Alert...

If you're in Chicago anytime soon, check out the newly expanded Chicago Art Institute's new exhibit Picture Perfect: Art from Caldecott Award Books, 2006-2009. It features art from various Caldecott Medal and Honor winning books of the last five years and includes examples from Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity.I loved the last exhibit 5 years back and plan to visit when I'm in

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21. "Aaagh! I'm drowning in a sea of kiddies!"

Actually this is me at the Pigeon Contest winner Jake's school. Jake rocked and could dribble a ball like nobody's biz. Here's the official recap. Thanks to everyone for wearing all the gear and decorating the halls and walls and floors and ceilings and outside with Pigeon and pals! You can see some of pix (including me terrified of a puppy) in this PW article... Some upcoming stuff: I

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22. Knuffle Update.

The animated Knuffle Bunny (and Sheep in the Big City’s Miss Pretty Hair Doll) are screening this week at the Newport Film Festival in Rhode Island. Drop on by if you get a chance, looks like a good line up.

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23. Busy Pigeon...

Leg 2 of the Pigeon tour starts this week. Please note updates to this weekends appearances at NY's Comic Con and my Vancouver event the following week. I hope to see ya there.

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24. Over to you...

Busy days, so I'll turn it over to ASIFA-East President Dave Levy for a note about kids animation in New York. You can check out the animated Leonardo the Terrible Monster at the Brooklyn Academy of Music this weekend.

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25. Good Company....

Thanks to you, Knuffle Bunny Too remains on the New York Times Bestseller list, hopping up to #5 for its 16th week, and joining pals Kadir Nelson, Jon Scieszka, Jon Muth, Patric McDonnell, and the very nice Antoinette Portis. And here's a bonus article about the upcoming film screening in NYC.

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