Jorma Taccone in Conversation with Tony Taccone-VIRTUALLY!

Jorma Taccone, member of the hit comedy trio The Lonely Island, (and Berkeley High alum), presents his debut picture book, Little Fox and the Wild Imagination, a rollicking adventure story illustrated by Caldecott Medal-winning illustrator Dan Santat.

Jorma will be in conversation with his father, Tony Taccone, former artistic director of Berkeley Rep. This is sure to be a lively discussion about the book, their latest projects, fatherhood and more!

Saturday, September 26, 2020 - 2:00pm

This event will take place live on CrowdcastRegister ahead of time to save your spot! 

This is a free event, though we encourage you to purchase a signed copy of the book through our website and / or to make a contribution to support Mrs. Dalloway's virtual events. Be sure to add your contribution before you "Save your Spot". Thank you!

Order signed copies of Little Fox and the Wild Imagination from Mrs. Dalloway's. 

“A tremendously fun book from one of the warmest, most creative fathers I know.” —Seth Meyers

Little Fox and the Wild Imagination had me at 'Pfffffft!' . . . It's exciting, seriously good-hearted, and very funny—words and pictures both. . . " —Tony Kushner, author of Angels in America

This presentation is perfect for readers of all ages.

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About Jorma Taccone

Jorma Taccone's work as a comedian, director, and writer has garnered him an Emmy, multiple Writers Guild Awards, and a Peabody. Born in Berkeley, California, he now lives in New York City with his wife, Marielle, and their son, Wylie.  

About Tony Taccone

Tony Taccone is an award-winning theater director and, until last year, the acclaimed artistic director of Berkeley Rep. He is also the father of Jorma Taconne. 

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Little Fox and the Wild Imagination By Jorma Taccone, Dan Santat (Illustrator) Cover Image
By Jorma Taccone, Dan Santat (Illustrator)
ISBN: 9781250212504
Availability: Most titles are on our shelves or available within 1-5 days.
Published: Roaring Brook Press - September 8th, 2020