The wisecracking, street-smart redhead takes guff from no one. And if her diner had a motto, it would have to be, If I dont have it, you dont need it! Hes a smart kid but refuses to let any of his teachers in on this secret. Skyler understands how important he is to any team he plays on. is populated by the feathered denizens of Treetops, East Virginia. Martin "Shoe" Shoemaker, Perfesser Cosmo Fishhawk and Roz Specklehen.
Paul Pioneer-Press, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and Richmond Times-Dispatch. They were soon married and took up residence on a Blue Ridge mountaintop.Filling out the gang are fortuneteller Madame Zoo Doo, nonagenarian Biz and Wiz, the computer whiz.Life and banter revolve around Roz's Roost, a greasy spoon diner.He is the reporter and columnist for Shoes newspaper, The Treetops Tattler-Tribune, although hed much rather be a famous novelist.Even though hes slightly on the chubby side, Cosmo insists hes not fat, hes just fluffy.
After a long career as a syndicated political cartoonist based at the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Gary has escaped the daily grind of a nine-to-five office life, traded in his India ink for oil paints and is happily meandering back roads all over the South, searching for those great American icons, rusty old Fords and Chevys. He didn't have either.”Susie met Jeff Mac Nelly, the Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonist, in 1989 on a blind date at a bar in Washington, D. Jeff was poised at the back door ready to flee if he didn't like what he saw. To his amazement, Jeff immediately realized she was the wiseass Roz he'd been drawing in for 12 years. As Jeff expanded his talents as a painter and sculptor, he saw the need to put together a crew of wiseacres to help with production. Her first marshaling job was to round up the digital cartoon nerdmeister-of-the-west, Chris Cassatt, followed by Gary Brookins and his magic brush.