These boots were made for ADVENTURE
Who doesn't yearn to travel to exotic and fantastic places and see the world in all its splendor, to discover ancient as well as modern-day cultures and peoples-all in the blink of an eye?
Scott Emerson and Howard Post give full rein to imagination as they tell the story of William, who is able to travel with his dog, Bob, any place in time and space that he desires-all because of his magic, red cowboy boots-he thinks
Beautifully illustrated, The Magic Boots explores the feelings of wanderlust in young and old alike. It's a delightful story to read again and again.
More than 35,000 copies sold of the original hardcover and paperback.
Scott Emerson has spent several years writing and producing television commercials. He served as creative director for an advertising agency in San Francisco before joining his brother as a partner in Telos Fine Art Publishing in Tempe, Arizona. He and wife are the parents of two daughters.
Howard Post grew up on a ranch near Tucson, Arizona, where he began competing in professional rodeos at seventeen. After receiving a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Arizona, he began painting full time in the late 1970s, also completing bronze works. His work is part of collections at the Smithsonian, United Airlines, and the U.S. Postal Service. He and his wife are the parents of five children.