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Named a 1999 Caldecott Medal honor book. When author and artist David Shannon was five years old, he wrote a semi-autobiographical story of a little kid who broke all his mother's rules. He chewed with his mouth open, jumped on the furniture, and he broke his mother's vase. As a result, all David ever heard his mother say was "No, David!"
David Shannon grew up in Spokane, Washington. He has written and illustrated numerous popular books for children, including How Georgie Radbourn Saved Baseball, a New York Times Best Illustrated Book; The Amazing Christmas Extravaganza, an American Bookseller Pick of the Lists; and most recently, A Bad Case of Stripes, a selection of the Junior Library Guild. In 1996, he also illustrated Audrey Wood's The Bunyans, a School Library Journal Best Book of the Year and an ABC Children's Booksellers' Choice Award winner. David Shannon lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Heidi, and their dog, Fergus.