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Colin Jack

Biography

Colin Jack

Colin Jack is a story artist at Dreamworks Animation and has illustrated several children's book including Toads on Toast, winner of the Best Children's Books of the Year from the Bank Street Children's Book Committee, 1 Zany Zoo by Lori Degman, and If You Happen to Have a Dinosaur, by Linda Bailey.

Colin Jack

Books by Colin Jack

written by Julie Falatko with illustrations by Colin Jack - Animals , Children's, Children's 8-12, Fiction, Humor, Youth Fiction

Sassy and Waldo love school! Everything smells like meat and dirty socks! And they love being able to help Stewart. When Stewart has to stay late after school for a Junior Office Supply Enthusiasts meeting, Sassy and Waldo are left alone to raid the cafeteria's refrigerator. As Sassy and Waldo's after school antics escalate, hilarity ensues as the two dogs start a club...by accident.

Written by Julie Falatko and Illustrated by Colin Jack - Animals , Fiction, Humor
Sassy and Waldo are good dogs. They spend the day keeping their house safe. Has a squirrel ever gotten inside? No! But every day their boy, Stewart, comes home from this terrible place called school smelling like anxiety and looseleaf paper. Sassy and Waldo decide to save Stewart. But they don't let dogs into school. So Sassy and Waldo decide to get creative. They put on an old trench coat, and now everyone at Bea Arthur Elementary thinks they are a new student named Salty from Liver, Ohio. 
Written by K. A. Holt with illustrations by Colin Jack. - Children's, Children's 8-12, Fiction, Youth Fiction

 Buck is a super fan of the book series, The Triumphant Gnome Syndicate. But when the book’s author disappears in a cloud of smoke at the release party for book three and Buck’s little sister disappears into a bottomless dumpster, Buck realizes that the world of gnomes and trolls might really exist. The real Custard needs Buck’s help to find the Troll Vanquishing Mace. And Buck needs to find his sister. So Buck and his best friend Lizzie set off on an adventure that would make any fan’s head spin.

Written by Audrey Vernick with illustrations by Colin Jack - Children's 3-6, Fiction, Picture

Zander is a monster. Monsters don't have friends. They prefer to scare children and eat their raisin bread alone. Then one day Zander meets a bird, and the unexpected happens. They start to spend time together, and Zander is reminded of how he's unlike other monsters. But does the fact they share secrets and hang out mean this is a fledgling friendship? And what will the other monsters think?