Mister Bud is a dog of routine. He has wake up time, nap time, rest time, dinner time, etc. And everyone knows to follow his schedule. <p/>Then disaster strikes. A stranger comes home at “make a fuss time” and throws everything off! Zorro is little bit bossy and Mister Bud wants nothing to do with him. But when the dogs discover they like the same things (like chasing the cat and napping), everything becomes more fun. As long as everyone follows the schedule.
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.