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I Want to Ride the Tap Tap

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Author: Joseph

Product Category: Top -> Picture Books -> Picture Bk: Fiction

Published: March 2021
Published By: Farrar Straus Giroux
Product Description
Danielle Joseph is the author of the young adult novels Shrinking Violet, Indigo Blues, and Pure Red. When she's not writing, you can find Danielle relaxing with her family, traveling, or chasing after her dog, Ringo. Danielle was born in Cape Town, South Africa, and currently lives in Maryland with her husband, who is from Haiti, and their three kids. daniellejoseph.com. Olivier Arsène Ganthier was born in Pétion-Ville, Haiti. He got his degree in fine arts from the National School of Arts (ENARTS) and is inspired by tropical urban life, Afro and Haitian culture. Olivier is art director at Les Ateliers Ganthier and lives in Haiti. oligaart.com.Danielle Joseph is the author of the young adult novels Shrinking Violet, Indigo Blues, and Pure Red. When she's not writing, you can find Danielle relaxing with her family, traveling, or chasing after her dog, Ringo. Danielle was born in Cape Town, South Africa, and currently lives in Maryland with her husband, who is from Haiti, and their three kids. daniellejoseph.com. Olivier Arsène Ganthier was born in Pétion-Ville, Haiti. He got his degree in fine arts from the National School of Arts (ENARTS) and is inspired by tropical urban life, Afro and Haitian culture. Olivier is art director at Les Ateliers Ganthier and lives in Haiti. oligaart.com.
A day-of-the-week picture book about a young boy and his parents who ride the taxi-bus service - called a tap tap - in Haiti, and the fascinating people they meet along the way, illustrated by a Haitian artist known for his vibrant street art.

ISBN-13: 9780374312145
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Format: Hardback
Size: 203x300gr
Pages: 40
Publisher: Farrar Straus Giroux

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