In this next addition to an adventure <i>Booklist </i>called “a treat for dog lovers young and old,” canine pals Mister Bud and Zorro encounter…the cone. <p/>Mister Bud and Zorro learned how to get along in <i>Say Hello to Zorro!</i> They made it through Zorro’s new wardrobe in <i>Zorro Gets an Outfit</i>. But how will they handle Mister Bud’s latest predicament? Because he has to wear…the cone. <p/>Carter Goodrich, who is “brilliant at depicting doggy emotions” (<i>School Library Journal</i>), cleverly portrays this relatable tale of misplaced shame and the love that surpasses it.
Carter Goodrich has illustrated sixteen <i>New Yorker</i> covers and was the lead character designer for <i>Brave, Ratatouille</i> (for which he won the International Animated Film Society’s Annie Award for character design), and <i>Despicable Me</i>. He has designed characters for many other beloved animated films, including <i>Finding Nemo</i>; <i>Monsters, Inc</i>; and <i>Open Season</i>. Of the films he has worked on, four have gone on to win Academy Awards. A Rhode Island School of Design graduate, he has twice been awarded the gold medal from the Society of Illustrators in New York. His picture books include <i>We Forgot Brock!</i>, <i>Say Hello to Zorro!</i>, <i>Zorro Gets an Outfit</i>, <i>Mister Bud Wears the Cone</i>, <i>A Creature Was Stirring</i>, and <i>The Hermit Crab</i>. Carter lives in Los Angeles, California. Be sure to visit Carter at CarterGoodrich.com.