Tucker Gets Tuckered
A new Children's book from renowned artist Theodore Waddell
Just because Tucker is a dog doesn’t mean he can’t have fun. As you can see, Tucker gets around. He’s always looking for something to do. And guess what? He always finds it. Come along and see for yourself why Tucker gets so tuckered.
Tucker’s not the kind of dog who just sits around the house. Oh no. There’s always something fun to do somewhere, and whatever it is, Tucker knows where to find it. Is that Tucker on the golf course? Is that him sunning on the beach? You won’t believe all the crazy things he likes to do, and all the different places he likes to go. No wonder Tucker gets tuckered. Wouldn’t you?
Theodore Waddell is an artist whose love of nature and animals (especially Bernese Mountain Dogs) can be seen in his masterly landscapes of Idaho and his native Montana. His work hangs in galleries across the country and is on display at the Denver Art Museum, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Boise Art Museum, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, among others. He and his wife, photographer and writer Lynn Campion, divide their time between studios in Idaho and Montana.
Ted Beckstead is a writer, artist, and self-professed Jack-of-All-Trades who has spent much of his life working in the fine art business in New York City. He has also worked as an entrepreneur, a salesman, a papermaker, a teacher, and as a foreign expert for an international radio station in Beijing, China, which is where he wrote Tucker Gets Tuckered, his first children’s book.