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Bruce McCall promotes his picture book Marveltown on The Late Show with David Letterman.
“If you want kids to be smart and funny . . . run right out now and get yourself a copy of this book.” —The Late Show with David Letterman
“Marveltown made me laugh out loud. Newfangled and old-fashioned all at the same time, it’s full of the best joys of childhood and adulthood.” —Steve Martin
“Marveltown is another great ride through what has to be the most funnest visual imagination in any town! I love everything McCall does.” —Jerry Seinfeld
“This brilliant satire is only heightened by McCall’s retro-style paintings depicting the future as it was envisioned back in the 1950s.” —Cookie magazine
“This is long on innovation—a good choice for readers with a healthy visual imagination.” —Publishers Weekly
“Marveltown is filled with machines so cool they would make Willy Wonka tingle.” —Kirkus Reviews
“The boldly colored, nostalgic-looking illustrations depict the action with detail, vitality, and humor and will easily grab readers’ attention. The creative fun of a world filled with cool inventions shines through and will get kids thinking of their own innovations.” —School Library Journal“Give this to all the little inventors and tinkerers, and let their own imaginations run amok.” —Booklist
BRUCE MCCALL is best known for his work as a writer and illustrator for The New Yorker, Car and Driver, and National Lampoon. He lives in New York City.