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Ronan the Librarian (Hardcover)
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This humorous picture book from sister duo Tara Luebbe and Becky Cattie and illustrator Victoria Maderna follows Ronan the Barbarian as he he grows from being just a rough-and-tumble warrior to Ronan the Librarian--a rough-and-tumble warrior who loves books.
Ronan was a mighty barbarian.
He invaded. He raided. And back home, he traded.
He always found the greatest treasures.
Until one day, Ronan found something no barbarian wants:
At first, his fellow barbarians are skeptical of his newfound passion for reading, but in the end, even they aren't immune to the charms of a good book.
About the Author
Tara Luebbe is a former children's bookstore owner who lives in Fort Mill, South Carolina, with her three boys and husband. In her free time, she can be found reading and discussing all things Star Wars with her kids.
Tara and her sister, Becky Cattie, discovered their love for books early on. Together, they have written picture books including I Am Famous and Shark Nate-O.
Becky Cattie is a creative recruiter with a background in reality TV casting. She currently lives in Chicago, where she spends her free time bowling and eating sushi.
Becky and her sister, Tara Luebbe, discovered their love for books early on. Together, they have written picture books including I Am Famous and Shark Nate-O.
Victoria Maderna is an Argentinian illustrator working mainly in children's publishing and fantasy tabletop games. She owns far too many books and is fond of bushy beards, but she strongly prefers sharp pencils to sharp axes. Victoria lives in Spain with her bushy-bearded husband.
She is the illustrator of Ronan the Librarian, Adventure Time: Beginning of the End #1, and Little Miss Sunshine: Here Comes the Sun, among many other books.
"Uff da! Go berserk! Read this book!" — Kirkus Reviews
"A bushy-bearded fractured history capable of tickling the funny bones of bookworms and reluctant readers." — Publishers Weekly