The Diary of Amos Lee:
I'm Twelve, I'm Tough, I Tweet!
For the observant. You would have aready guessed, this installment colour is Orange!! (Its at the back of the previous book. **Hint, Hint... lion is orange**
Book's at the printer's and should be in the binding stage. So heres a sneek preview of the cover fresh off the press for colour check.
Feature of the month (Oct 2010) on:
Catch the interview/behind the scenes/making of/creation of Amos Lee and other stuff. Its a little get to know Me, Adeline and Amos session :)
(Thanks to Mary Daradar, Myra Garces-Bacsal and everyone else in the team.)
With bigger, better illustrations :)
The book is at the printers, and looks like we will be able to make it in time.
Join us for the book launch of the 3rd installment of The Diary of Amos Lee.
I'm Twelve, I'm Tough, I Tweet!.
Sat, 6th Nov, 3.30pm at Kinokuniya, Taka
Sat, 13th Nov 2-3pm at Borders, Wheelock.
Sat, 20th Nov 3-4pm at Times Bookshop, Plaza Singapore.
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In the Lion City, the majestic feline has donned many hats: part of our legal tender notes, a tourist icon, and the founding identity of our genesis as an island.
Now for the Youth Olympics, the graceful cat has leapt to the fore as a distinctive mascot for the Games. He lives and breathes the Games, which explains why his mane and tail resemble the Olympics torch.
Named Api (pronounced as Ah-pi)(Malay for flame), the ebullient mascot radiates charm, congeniality, passion, and zest for life. It likes to defy physical boundaries.
*Note: This was done at the start of 2009 before the current mascot was reveled. I wonder if its just by chance that the current mascot also have flames for its hair or not... ...)