|aVancouver, British Columbia :|bSimply Read Books,|c2015
|a1 volume (unpaged) :|bcolor illustrations ;|c19 x 27 cm
|aAll the copycat--a literally made-of-paper, printed out cat--wants is to play with the real cats, but they aren't interested. In this playful wordless picture book, the copycat must learn to make his own way rather than copyingothers...and he might even make some friends in the process
This playful wordless picture book features The Copy Cat--a literally made-of-paper, printed out cat--who does all it can to walk and play like a real cat. But can our hero figure out what it takes to be more than just a copy cat?
Stephanie Sim was born in Singapore and currently lives in Vancouver BC, where she has been working as a concept artist and designer in the animation industry for close to a decade.Stephanie holds a BA(Hons) Graphic Design from the University of Central England (now known as Birmingham City University) and a Diploma with Merit in Classical Animation from the Vancouver Film School. While in film school, her short film “The Story Tree” won "Best Classical or Stop Motion Animation Film” in the student category of the Canadian Awards for the Electronic and Animated Arts' (CAEAA) 2006 ELAN awards. The short film was also was screened in numerous film festivals around the world.When not nose-deep in a sketchbook doodling, Stephanie daydreams a lot and likes spending her days travelling, collecting toys and making up weird stories.