SALT LAKE CITY
March 19, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- The new
called Ned and the Nine Nasty
by Dr. Bruess only has illustrations for the first four pages.
Dr. Bruess just launched a
campaign to help raise funds to illustrate Ned and the Nine Nasty Nosepickers.
With your help, Dr. Bruess will be able to pay the
to finish illustrating Ned and the Nine Nasty Nosepickers.
So, do you pick your nose?
Believe it or not, there was a study on nose picking published in 1995 in the Journal of Psychiatry. Yes, that's right - college professors being paid the big bucks to find out who picks their nose.
The study found that 91% pick their nose.
Dr Andrade and Dr Srihari in
were awarded the 2001 Ig Nobel prize in the field of public health for studying nose picking. Their meticulous survey revealed that nose-picking practices are the same for all social classes.
Yes, kids do it.
Celebrities do it.
The President of
the United States
Even the Queen of
picks her nose.
Dr. Bruess says: Laughter is the best medicine and my face is curing the world!
Your help is appreciated by Dr. Bruess and he knows that the children appreciate it, too.
Remember what Ned's Mom always said, " Be ready Neddy. You never know what is going to happen next. I believe in you!"
To learn more and find ways to support the illustration of NED AND THE NINE NASTY NOSEPICKERS, please visit the Kickstarter page:
Dr. Bruess is the pen name of
. Dr. Bruess lives in
Salt Lake City, Utah
. He writes books as well as being a painter of fine art.
SOURCE Dr. Bruess