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Andy Myer

About Andy Myer

Sometimes You Find a Red Rhinoceros

Over his wide-ranging career, Andy Myer has been a freelance humorous illustrator, writer, graphic designer, and corporate communications consultant. His first published book, The Liberated Father’s Handbook, was released by St. Martin’s Press in 1983. In the decades that followed his witty words and images have appeared in national consumer and trade publications, the commentary pages of major newspapers, and in diverse graphic and editorial assignments in advertising, publishing, and business. Andy made his first appearance as a children’s book author/illustrator with Pickles, Please!, published by Running Press Kids in 2011. His second picture book, Delia’s Dull Day, was released by Sleeping Bear Press in 2012. Andy’s next book, Henry Hubble’s Book of Troubles (Delacorte Press, 2015), was his first project for middle-grade readers. He lives in Ambler, Pennsylvania with his wife Sandi, happily surrounded by his children and grandchildren.

Sometimes You Find a Red Rhinoceros

Sometimes You Find a Red Rhinoceros

A whimsical children’s picture book about what happens when a child unexpectedly meets up with a red rhinoceros and adopts it as a pet. What could go wrong?

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Sometimes You Find a Red Rhinoceros is a unique addition to the long list of laugh-out-loud stories for children.

Andy Myer conceived the book to place each reader right in the center of the fun. The illustrations were carefully crafted so that the “YOU” in the book’s title is the “YOU” in the story. The hands and feet at the edges of the pages become the hands and feet of the child holding the book, regardless of gender or race.

You can learn more about Andy Myer and his book at https://www.RedRhinocerosBook.com/

About PYP: Our mission at Publish Your Purpose Press (PYP) is to discover and publish authors who are striving to make a difference in the world. We give underrepresented voices power and a stage to share their stories, speak their truth, and impact their communities.

What People Are Saying

What People Are Saying

The illustrations really shine in this book. Even a child who can’t read would be able to follow the story line by looking at the pictures. Great message that sometimes when you love someone the best thing is to let them go.

—Larry Bergman

My students went wild for Sometimes You Find A Red Rhinoceros! My Kindergarteners loved the bold, whimsical illustrations and the clever, humorous story. They took to the fantastical story of bringing home such a giant, wonderful creature and could imagine the fun and challenges of actually living with a rhinoceros. Of course, even better from the teacher point-of-view is creating awareness for this endangered species.

—Amazon Reviewer

A humorous, wonderfully illustrated tale of animal hijinks.

—Kirkus Reviews

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