I want my hat back

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Friday Funsies: A Hat Trick!



Is there anything he can't do? Red Cap artist, Jon Klassen, has gone ahead and performed a hat-trick! Quite literally it seems. Jon will be debuting his third installment of the "hats on animals" series with We Found A Hat, this coming October 2016 by Candlewick Press. Klassen's previous works involving clever animals and sly hats include I Want My Hat Back and This is Not My Hat.

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Fans of Klassen's first two books in the hat trilogy: "will not be surprised to learn that there’s a healthy dose of controversy between the characters of Klassen’s latest picture book, in which two turtles find one hat – and it happens to look great on both of them." -Publisher's Weekly.

For more info on the upcoming release, click over to Publisher's Weekly to read the full article, and click over to Jon's artist page to view his designs for Red Cap Cards. Click the photos below more more information on each book.

Red Cap Cards artist, Jon Klassen's Hat Trick
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I Want My Hat Back at the National Theatre



A bit of exciting news has made its way to us, via the grindstone. According to Red Cap artist, Jon Klassen (himself), the National Theatre in London, UK is working on a musical stage version of I Want My Hat Back!

Red Cap Cards artist, Jon Klassen has a brand new stage production of his childrens book I Want My Hat Back

According to their website, the show will be running from 12 November, 2015 to 2 January, 2016. Tickets are £12 & £15 (£10 under 18yrs). We love their description:

Bear’s hat is gone. He loves his hat. He wants it back.
He asks all of the animals in the forest, but no one has seen it.
WAIT! He has seen it somewhere...
Jon Klassen’s brilliant, witty book was published in 2011, and has fast become a modern children’s classic. I Want My Hat Back now comes to the stage in a joyous new adaptation stuffed with humour, music and surprises.
A treat for everyone aged 3 – 300.

We might just have to take a trip to London for this one. Break a leg, Jon!

View Jon Klassen's designs for Red Cap, here.

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I Want My Hat Back



We are so excited for Jon Klassen... His first children's book, "I Want My Hat Back", is coming out this fall. This will be the first of what we hope is a million Jon Klassen books. Jon is an amazing talent and on top of all of his artistic gifts he is funny, kind and humble. We have no doubt that his book will be a huge success!

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