Lieographies are coming to a bookstore near you on October 15th! Get ready to laugh, laugh, laugh...and learn, learn, learn! In every Lieography, Alan Katz provides a fake, but wildly funny, look at the people who have made some of the greatest achievements in recent history. Each book ends with pages of factual information about the subject, so you might even learn a bunch---and you’ll probably want to read even more about these extraordinary people!
Visit this page every day for a new, ridiculously funny Lieographical “fact”! Here's today's:
Paul Revere was chosen to make the famous midnight ride because he owned the only horse with headlights.
About Alan Katz
Alan is the author of more than 40 highly acclaimed children’s books, notably nine Silly Dilly Songbooks including Take Me Out of the Bathtub and Other Silly Dilly Songs, Where Did They Hide My Presents? and Are You Quite Polite? His picture books include Don’t Say That Word!, and among his poetry books are OOPS! and Poems I Wrote When No One Was Looking. His most recent books are the first two in a non-fiction humor series, Awesome Achievers in Technology and Awesome Achievers in Science, as well as Really Stupid Stories for Really Smart Kids.
Alan is a six-time Emmy-nominated writer for TV series including The Rosie O’Donnell Show, animated series Pinkalicious, Taz-Mania, Disney’s Raw Toonage and Goof Troop, the Grammy Awards and Tony Awards, various Nickelodeon shows, and a lot of network specials and game shows. He has also created hundreds of comic books, trading card sets, web videos, TV commercials and hundreds of
other special projects for kids and their parents.
About Tracy Hill
Tracy Hill has been working as an illustrator since 1989, creating humorous and whimsical illustrations for clients in the advertising, editorial, and publishing fields. His true passion
has been in illustrating children’s books.