West Seattle’s Paul Schmid launches his book ‘A Pet for Petunia’

January 28, 2011 at 12:42 am | In West Seattle books, West Seattle news, WS culture/arts | 1 Comment

Thanks to Susan Eng for sharing the photo of West Seattle author Paul Schmid signing his new children’s book “A Pet for Petunia” as it launched Thursday night at Secret Garden Books in Ballard. She says he cited daughter Anna as inspiration for, and consultant on, the book, which he wrote and illustrated. (Previously, he was published as illustrator of “The Wonder Book” by Amy Krouse Rosenthal.)

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  1. This is a wonderful book written by an amazing West Seattle artist and writer. We bought three copies last night! The book has even been endorsed by Maurice Sendak (author of Where the Wild Things Are) as he and Paul are friends. Readers young and old are encouraged to get a copy of this great book!

    Comment by West Seattle Art Attack — 7:55 am January 28, 2011 #

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