Category: In the News
And! Marc Severson’s “Don’t Throw Me in the Cholla Patch” gets an Honor (honorable mention) in the 2020 Storytelling World Honors event. We’re proud of this unique and quirky book (with Francesco Orazzini’s great art) and can’t wait to bring the next book in the series in late 2020 or early 2021.
Wishing you and yours the best in 2020. We’ll have some great books for you!
Our staff wishes you a fine slate of the Winter Holidays of Light and Family. With our team spread out in both hemispheres, we know it may or may not actually be winter where you are. Nonetheless, best wishes to you in the time of the solstice.
We’re running a very light schedule. Everything is moving forward, but if you call the office, you might not get someone to answer. Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org between now and January 2nd. There are still a few Instagram and Twitter posts that will pop up. Come follow along if you’d like.
We’re looking forward to many more books in 2020 and some fantastic events offering education and entertainment.
Thank you all (customers, staff, authors, and Illustrators) for a great 2019. We’re happy to be on this journey with you in 2020.
From our team to you, happy Thanksgiving to our U.S. friends and family. For the rest of you, may you have some wonderful moments of gratitude this week. Peace.
We’re here to tell you that it is all about to get Arizona Library Association annual conference in this space. (Tucson, November 7, 8, 9, 2019) It’s almost time, men and women! Vendor booth, cool swag, these limited edition buttons (new for this year!!), TWO workshops, author-illustrator panel, and MOAR books!!! You need to watch this space or take a vacation from our space because we are THRILLED to be back at #AZLA2019 hanging with librarians. You know, the people working to keep information free, open, and available? These are #Librarians!!! For the Win!!!
We’ll see you at the AZLA Conference in November 2019.
The Arizon Library Association Annual Conference
Tucson Convention Center.
November 7 8 9, 2019. Stop by our booth for some free stuff, a storytelling game, and more information!
WORKSHOP! THURSDAY 11AM GILA ROOM: MARC SEVERSON TEACHES STORYTELLING
WORKSHOP: SO YOU WANT TO PUBLISH A CHILDREN’S BOOK? (Panel!) 245PM Thursday. November 7, 2019! GREENLEE Room
Bookstores and Buyers. Look for us in the latest FALL 2019 Indie Catalog hitting Independent Bookstores Now! You’ll find us on page 21, featuring some of our great books! Buyers: Order direct from us when you open a trade account (we’re easy) with your store’s Email address. Please contact us directly for POS swag as needed. We’re here to help.
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(Press Release) An Arizona-based book from The Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group is one of only a handful of titles from Independent Publishers to appear on the September 2, 2019, cover of “Publishers Weekly” magazine. “Don’t Throw Me in the Cholla Patch,” written by Tucson’s Marc Severson and illustrated by Francesco Orazzini, was chosen as one of just 17 books from a curated field of 40 books. The book, an original folktale designed for older children features the plants and animals of the Sonoran Desert as two desert-dwelling tricksters face off in a battle of wits over who gets dinner and who is dinner. Learn more at chollapatch.com
Sean Buvala, the publisher at The Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group, says, “We’re honored to be on the ‘Publishers Weekly’ magazine featuring the works of independent publishers the world over. PW is considered the ‘bible of book publishing business’ and features the work of the publishing industry at all levels.”
“Don’t Throw Me in the Cholla Patch” features artwork by Italian illustrator Francesco Orazzini. The story is by Marc Severson of Tucson, Arizona. Featuring a battle of wits between hungry Coyote and the small-but-chatty Woodrat the Packrat, the two meet up under the moonlight in the Sonoran Desert. Will Woodrat be able to talk his way out of this or is he in for a thorny end? The book is intended for kids in the elementary middle grades.