unique mind, and at long last available, comes
The Lost Queen, an uncategorizable tale
destined for the rank of classic in such company as The
Rutabaga Stories and The Princess and the Goblin.
Read about George Rhoads in Wizard at Work: The Life and Art of George Rhoads, a recently published
biography written by his sister, author Emily Rhoads Johnson.
Find out what he was like as kid, where he studied, how he became an origami master, and how designing
fountains led to his creating the spectacular audiokinetic sculptures seen throughout the world today.