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“Meeting readers while on tour has been the most rewarding and humbling experience.
It inspires me to continue to write and illustrate books.” About Dav Pilkey When Dav Pilkey was in second grade, he was diagnosed with dyslexia and what is now widely known as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Launched over twenty years ago, Captain Underpants was a pioneering series that helped to create the illustrated chapter book category now popular with kids today.
Captain Underpants was rejected by multiple publishers before it was published by Scholastic in 1997.
The Dog Man books also explore universally positive themes that appeal to readers of all ages including empathy, kindness, persistence, and the importance of being true to one’s self.
USA Today has called Dav Pilkey “the savior of the reluctant reader.” His Captain Underpants series has more than 80 million copies in print worldwide and has been translated into more than 25 languages.
About Dog Man and Captain Underpants Launched in August 2016, Dog Man was an instant bestseller, appealing to kids and critics alike.
In a starred review, Publishers Weekly hailed, “Readers (of any age) will be giggling from start to finish.” Booklist, in a starred review, said “Pilkey has once again fired an arrow of joy straight at the fevered childhood psyche of millions of readers…an utter, unfettered delight.” And Kirkus, also in a starred review, called Dog Man “riotously funny and original.” Dog Man follows the adventures of a lovable canine superhero who’s part dog and part policeman.
True to its mission of 98 years to encourage the personal and intellectual growth of all children beginning with literacy, the Company has earned a reputation as a trusted partner to educators and families.
I remember feeling like a misfit and an outsider a lot of times and I’m grateful to my parents who believed in me when it was hard to believe in myself.
Their support and encouragement set me on a path to becoming an author and artist,” said Dav Pilkey, who received a Caldecott Honor for his picture book The Paperboy.
When Simone exploits him too much Marcello must make a crucial and potentially dangerous decision in order to regain his dignity.
Marcello is an affable dog groomer living in a deprived coastal suburb. He loves his work and his business (called 'Dogman') is thriving.
Marcello is a small and gentle dog groomer who wants two things, to look after his dogs and take his daughter on exotic holidays.