Chicago, IL, July 01, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The phazelFOZ Company has brought together author DJ Corchin and illustrator Dan Dougherty once again to publish a new charming and fun children’s book, You Got A Boogie. A silly and heartwarming, full-colored story that provides a hilarious opportunity to speak with kids about telling someone the truth.
Mr. Corchin’s unique witty style brings to life the little nostril monsters that cause so much mischief in our everyday lives. As in his last book, he tackles a somewhat difficult topic to discuss, and transforms it with humor into a wonderful life lesson. Beautifully illustrated by Dan Dougherty, this book tackles the idea of why you should tell someone the truth when they need it the most.
“Truly a children’s book that will delight all generations. My youngest and I are fighting over who gets to read it again!”
"Executed with heart, wit, and soul. Fun and sorta gross at the same time. This book is a boogie wonderland!”
“The illustrations are fantastic! They’ll keep you laughing over and over again!”
Mr. Corchin wrote You Got A Boogie to help parents find an easier way to discuss when it’s appropriate to tell the truth. It explores all sorts of “nasal” scenarios that could become awkward because you didn’t help out your friend. Although the book focuses on when someone has a boogie in their nose, the metaphor can be used as a great conversation starter for all sorts of situations.
You Got A Boogie is available for sale internationally at Amazon.com. For more information visit www.yougotaboogie.com.
This is DJ Corchin’s second published book following the success of Band Nerds Poetry From The 13th Chair Trombone player. Known for being able to break down life’s lessons into an entertaining story while always tackling a larger positive message, Mr. Corchin continues this trend as a columnist for Marching.com. He was a featured performer in the first National Tour of the Tony and Emmy Award winning Broadway show BLAST! as the “unicycling trombonist.” He has been a high school band director in the Chicagoland area and is a recording artist for All Over The Place Records. His genre-breaking musical “Wings” is currently in pre-production.
Dan Dougherty began his comics career writing and illustrating the critically acclaimed graphic novel, Cyclone Bill and The Tall Tales. Since then, he has illustrated several projects; the ongoing comic series Rotten, the graphic novel The Apocalypse Plan, and Edgar Allan Poe’s William Wilson. He has also begun his fourth year as writer and illustrator of the comic strip Beardo, which is featured daily in both the Southtown Star and Daily Illini newspapers. www.beardocomics.com. He also illustrated DJ Corchin’s previous “Band Nerds” book. Mr. Dougherty’s own band, Workhorse Kings will be releasing their debut album on Hirsute Records in the summer of 2010.
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