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|Born||April 8, 1967|
Pennsylvania, United States
|Pen name||Rowboat Watkins|
|Alma mater||Stanford University|
|Period||2004 – current|
|Genre||Children's books, literature|
Robert Weinstock (April 8, 1967, in Philadelphia) - an American children's book author and illustrator.
In 2010 he received Maurice Sendak|Sendak fellowship. His book Rude cakes won a Ezra Jack Keats Book Award|Ezra Jack Keats Honor in 2016. Pete With No Pants was reviewed by Kate Quealy-Gainer who writes that it is is a lovely, absurd little tale with humor both "jubilant and sardonic" and "it’s bound to be a familiar situation to many a carefree, nudist kid and their exasperated, clothes-demanding parent".
On October 7, 2003, Weinstock was hit by a truck resulting in serious injuries and loss of much of his Anosmia|ability to taste. An article in the New York Times detailed his experiences.
- Gordimer Byrd's Reminder (2004)
- Giant Meatball (2008)
- Food Hates You, Too and Other Poems (2009)
- Can You Dig It? (2010)
- Rude Cakes (2015)
- Pete with no pants (2017)
- Big bunny (2018)
- Most marshmallows (2019)
- Mabel : a mermaid fable (2020)
- Le petit gâteau qui ne disait pas merci (2015)
- Bu chuan ku zi de pi te (2018)
- I'm Not (2010)
- "Library of Congress entry of Weinstock".
- Lukas, Paul (May 18, 2005). "Failing the Sniff Test: The Nose, Ruined". The New York Times.
- "Sendak Foundation".
- "Wilton Bulletin".
- "Celebri Dots".
- "Medfield Public".
Quealy-Gainer, Kate (2017). "Pete With No Pants by Rowboat Watkins". Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books. 70 (9): 430–431. doi:10.1353/bcc.2017.0396. Unknown parameter
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