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Max the dog's beloved wife Crepes is about to have puppies--and Max finds himself on a wild journey in India, returning home just in time to meet his expanded family.
The hero of Max Makes a Million goes off on a wild search for the meaning of life that takes him to India, where he visits the Temple of Doubletalk, meets a chatty guru named Vivek Shabaza-zaza-za, and has other adventures.
Maira Kalman is an illustrator, author, and designer. She has created many covers for The New Yorker, including the famous map of New Yorkistan (with Rick Meyerowitz). Kalman’s children’s books include Max Makes a Million; Hey Willy, See the Pyramids; Max in Hollywood, Baby; and Ooh-la-la (Max in Love)—all available from The New York Review Children’s Collection. She also has designed fabric for Isaac Mizrahi, accessories for Kate Spade, sets for the Mark Morris Dance Company, and with her late husband, Tibor Kalman, under the M&Co. label, accessories for the Museum of Modern Art.