Film, Video Brian Selznick
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- Brian Selznick
- October 12, 2002
- - After Brian Selznick graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design, he sold books and painted windows at a children's bookstore in New York City. This became his education in children's books and his first book, "The Houdini Box," was published while he was still working at the bookstore. His book "The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins" was named a 2002 Caldecott Honor Book and his most recent book is "When Marian Sang," written by Pam Muñoz Ryan. Selznick lives in Brooklyn, N.Y.
- 28 minutes 23 seconds
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