David Shannon is the internationally acclaimed creator of more than thirty picture books, including NO, DAVID!, a Caldecott Honor Book and his second NEW YORK TIMES Best Illustrated Book of the Year. In addition to three more David picture books, Shannon s bestsellers include TOO MANY TOYS; HOW GEORGIE RADBOURN SAVED BASEBALL (newly released in 2012); A BAD CASE OF STRIPES; DUCK ON A BIKE; ALICE THE FAIRY; and GOOD BOY, FERGUS! A native of Spokane, Washington, he is an avid fisherman. He and his family live in California. "
David Shannon currently resides in Los Angeles, in the state of California. David Shannon was born in 1959.
David Shannon has published or released items in the following series...
Jon Scieszka's Trucktown (Hardcover)
Jon Scieszka's Trucktown 8x8
Read Along Book & CD
Ready-To-Read Jon Scieszka's Trucktown - Level 1 (Library)
Ready-To-Read Jon Scieszka's Trucktown - Level 1 (Quality)
Reviews - What do customers think about David Se Mete En Lios / David Gets in Trouble (Coleccion Rascacielos)?
Perfect book for teaching Spanish to kids Feb 15, 2007
I teach Spanish to a class of ten 6 year-olds and this book held their interest week after week. It is highly entertaining and there is never more than one sentence per page. It provided us with vocabulary that we studied and used in other situations. I wish every book by David Shannon were translated into Spanish but we've only got David goes to School (David va al colegio) and David gets in Trouble (David se mete en lios). Alice the Fairy has been translated as Alicia el hada, but is a bit advanced for beginners. Its large pages make it easy for all to see when it's held up but it is cheap since it's a paperback!
Beautiful illustrations but not much of a story Jan 15, 2005
This book doesn't have much of a story line but it has really beautiful illustrations. It's not really a bedtime book but would work well for interacting with a child. It basically shows the many ways David can get in trouble. It's completely in Spanish. I would not give this book to a little one who would tear it easily because it's paperback.