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 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.