Once upon an unusual time with author Mo Willems - latimes.com

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LA Times Q&A Sessioin With Mo Willems

Mo Willems' picture books are notable for their off-beat charm. In one, a pigeon attempts to drive a bus. In another, an elephant discovers the one thing worse than having a bird on your head is having two birds on it. Next month the Massachusetts-based author keeps the laughs coming with "Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs," in which he substitutes chocolate pudding for porridge and imports a dinosaur from Norway. We caught up with the multiple Caldecott Honor winner to chat about his newest project.

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