Author/illustrator Ted Enik has worked for most of the well-known publishing houses in New York, applying his versatility to both original art as well as classic and current children’s book characters. The artist for the beloved Fancy Nancy “I Can Read™” series, Enik was tapped to fill Hilary Knight’s venerable shoes by illustrating the latest Eloise hardcover, Eloise in Hollywood. He is happily at work writing a series of Suess-inspired unhinged history and science books.
Brian Wray has been writing professionally since 2003, and awarded the Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. Since then, Brian has written for Walt Disney Studios. I’ve also earned a variety of television producing credits.
As curator of the Mütter Museum of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia, Anna Dhody, an experienced physical and forensic anthropologist, oversees the Mütter Museum’s “disturbingly informative” collection, and works to provide a unique, informative experience for its 150,000-plus annual visitors.
After working for years on the independent film scene in New York City, author and voiceover artist Adam Mock decided to embark on his other passion of writing. As lifelong fan of classic animation and comics, children’s literature felt like a perfect fit for his talents. With imaginative verbiage and wacky wordplay, Adam strives to bring a smile to young readers while helping promote a love for reading and creativity to future generations.