George Juhasz was born in Hungary in 1933, but left his country in 1956 to avoid the Soviet invasion. He has since lived in Switzerland and Montreal, and he currently resides in Vancouver. He has done numerous illustrations for children's books, animated a number of films, and created several public sculptures for Vancouver institutions.
Discover a year in the life of the Pacific tree frog whose habitat reaches from San Diego to British Columbia. Spectacularly illustrated, this book is perfect for parents, teachers and children of all ages.
One day, a boy named Theo is called into the living room by his parents to meet "the most famous man alive." When Theo and Professor Einstein go out for a sail on Theo's small boat, the Professor unexpectedly loses his compass overboard. Fortunately, Theo manages to save the day -along with the compass! The author's husband was a personal friend of …