What Riley Wore
It's Not Easy Being Mimi
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Linda Davick

Linda Davick is an author and illustrator based out of San Francisco who started her work in children’s literature after a long career in animation and design. After working with big-name clients like Amazon, Crayola, and more, her illustrations appeared in the New York Times’ Best-Selling book, 10 Trick-or-Treaters, a seasonal counting book which launched the popular Ten Friends series. Since then, she’s been exploring her potential as a solo artist, and her book, I Love You Nose! I Love You Toes! won the Ezra Jack Keats honor.

 

She most recently published Say Hello!, a book that encourages dialogue between children and adult readers, and is currently proposing another book entitled, I Want More!

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"A cozy, Rosie read."

-Kirkus Reviews (We Love You, Rosie!)

 

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PRAISE FOR WHAT RILEY WORE

"An easy read-aloud that will warm hearts and keep young readers' attention."

-Booklist (We Love You, Rosie!)

"This first installment of Mimi's adventurous antics offers a roller-coaster story filled with humour, good lessons, and new friendships."

-Booklist (It's Not Easy Being Mimi)

"By connecting Riley’s gender nonconforming to the costumed roleplaying that most kids engage in, the creators take this timely subject matter into a refreshing realm: normalcy."

-Publishers Weekly

"Arnold playfully addresses identity, and Riley's recurring thoughts about how to make friends should resonate with a wide array of kids."

-Booklist

"Always true to the perspective of Arnold’s upbeat, self-possessed (and gender unspecified) young protagonist, Davick’s cheery digital illustrations, with their solidly shaped figures, are entirely kid-centric."

-Horn Book