Born July 16, 1970, in Syracuse, New York. Upon completing public education, David graduated from Onondoga Community College with an A.A.S. in Business Administration. Afterward, he completed a B.A. in Liberal Arts from SUNY Oswego.
David has worked in the public school setting for over 14 years. His focus in public education is technology. More specifically, David assists in educational technology, whereas computer software programs are utilized to develop and enhance various fundumental skills for students.
Ironically, it is the implementation of various technologies that have led to the development of his children's works. While David designs the original illustratons himself, it is professional computer software he uses to enhance and bring them to life.
In his free time, David hones his musical creativity on the stage, where he plays the saxophone in an R & B, fused horn band.
Where to find David Forgensi online
A Look Inside My Books
A Look Inside My Books is a quick reference guide to learn more about David Forgensi and his books. It gives you a short but detailed description about all of his books. You will also be able to see some illustrations and styles from each book.
Can You Find My Kitty?
(5.00 from 1 review)
Learn about all of the unique characteristic traits various felines have while Matthew helps Macy find her Kitty. Your children will be able to identify differences between several cats, both wild and domestic. For ages 4 and under.
Hooty and the Three Little Blowfish
Hooty is an owl with a talent for singing. He is able to sing just about anywhere at anytime. His only problem is that he grows lonely of singing by himself. Follow Hooty on his adventure as he discovers some other talents out in the wilderness. Find out how he goes about rounding up some other members as they become quite a unique group of entertainers.
This Fish, That Fish, Even A Hat Fish
This Fish, That Fish, Even A Hat Fish is a KART Foundation award winning picture book, in the preschool category. It has many types of fish that are very colorful. It is both fun to look at and fun to read. See how the illustrations describe a fish when it is given a silly name.
Some examples include a pig fish, a wig fish, a cold fish, and an old fish.
Midas The Bee
(2.50 from 2 reviews)
Midas The Bee is a spoof off of Greek Mythology. Midas is a bee with abilities that live up to his name. Find out what makes Midas so special in this full color picture book for kids. Ages 3 through 5. While Midas is the main character he his not the only one that should go mentioned. There is also a unique looking elephant, a parrot, a penguin, and more.
A Tish, Of A Dish, For A Fish
A Tish, Of A Dish, For A Fish, is a colorful book of illustrations. It is based on an overall conceptual theme that includes rhyming modes on each page. All of the illustrations are David's interpretation of types of fish that can be seen in the ocean on any given day. some of these typical ocean creatures include a shrimp, a puffer fish, and a pollywog.
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