The Chronicle: Author’s books let kids become the illustrators

by Claire Galvin, Chronicle Staff Writer

“A local author is using his experience as a teacher, and as a father, to craft interactive and customizable books for children. Mike Sposito, of Columbia, recently self-published his second book, Zagg & the Planetary Defenders, geared for ages 9-12. The book features an interactive storyboard design — the words are written, but readers are tasked with creating the illustrations. In the book, Zagg, a pilot who lives on the planet Zorax, must stop the evil Dr. Zenith and his powerful robot dinosaur. The book has blank drawing pages for kids to make their own illustrations, as well as resour-ces to further explore drawing skills and art.”

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