Freddie & Gingersnap
VINCENT X. KIRSCH (http://vincentxkirsch.com/) is an illustrator, designer, toymaker, and writer. His work includes designing and illustrating book jackets, illustration for the New York Times Book Review and its Op-Ed pages, the Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times. Kirsch was also a window designer at Bergdorf Goodman on Fifth Avenue, and often art directed the interior of the store along with the windows. He is the author of Natalie & Naughtily, Two Little Boys from Toolittle Toys, and most recently Forsythia & Me.
Freddie is a little dinosaur that wants more than anything to know what clouds are like. Gingersnap is a little dragon that wishes more than anything to fly. When Gingersnap in a failed first attempt at flight falls right on top of Freddie, the two glare at each other. Then they growl and hiss at each other. But when their individual howls and stomps find a common rhythm, their attempts at aggression transform into a dance of friendship and brings each of them that much closer to realizing his or her dream.