Ninja Boy’s Secret
The sweet story of being invisible and becoming seen. Ninja Boy has a secret. It’s not that he’s flunking out of Ninja Academy his dad knows that. It’s that Ninja Boy doesn’t like skulking about quietly in the night, clad in black like a thief, leaving no trace of his existence. He knows he’ll never be half the Ninja his father is silent as a ghost, ever ready to attack. No, this little Ninja has a different calling. He’s a talented musician who expresses himself with a violin. He wants to share that passion with his dad, but is afraid his father will not approve. So what’s a misguided maestro to do? Summoning all the courage and passion he has, he plays a loud and beautiful violin sonata for his Ninja dad! In Ninja Boy’s Secret, Tina Schneider’s lively, amusing illustrations bring her character’s struggles and ultimate triumph vividly to life. This Japanese-inspired picture book teaches kids valuable lessons through a fun and inspiring story. With his faithful dog in tow, Ninja Boy makes his way from silence to song in a charming tale about being true to yourself and finding your calling in life.
|Dimensions||267 × 216 mm|
Tina Schneider began her career as a studio artist, painting and drawing. She received her BFA from The School of Visual Arts, her MFA from Bard College and taught at Vassar College. Her work was featured in exhibits at The Drawing Center, Wave Hill and The Bronx Museum. All along, though, deep in her heart, she really wanted to make books for children. This desire intensified when she had her own children, and for years now she has been devoted to writing and drawing beautiful books that entertain, inspire and comfort children of all ages. She lives in New York City with her husband and three children. This is her first book.