Blank Slater wants to find his place. But to do that, first, he must find his face.
"Blank Slater, The Boy With The Dry-Erase Face" is a story of emotional connectivity and creative expression written for young readers, early listeners, and the parents and teachers of both. Created by Matt Bergin (ComicBlogElite.com, Comics Cure, "Division 18: The Union of Novelty Costumed Performers") and illustrated by Zach Wideman, this full-color picture book explores common but complicated ideas -- emotional confusion; the quest for tolerance and acceptance in a sometimes cruel world; practice making perfect, but only given time -- through a simple, sweet tale of blank-faced boy meeting wild-eyed girl. The print edition includes activity pages that allow readers to explore the book's themes further when the story is over.