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The creator of ‘Bloom County,’ ‘Outland,’ and ‘Opus’ presents his latest book. It’s a children’s book about an unappreciative little boy who doesn’t understand what’s so special about moms.
- Berkeley Breathed Creator of the comic strips Bloom County, Outland and Opus. He is a screenwriter, author, cartoonist and illustrator. He was awarded the 1987 Pulitzer Prize for cartooning. He is the author of numerous books for young and old, including: "Bloom County Babylon: Five Years of Basic Naughtiness;" "Opus: 25 Years of His Sunday Best;" "A Wish for Wings That Work;" and, "Red Ranger Came Calling."
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