Lewis Helfand is one of Campfire's most prolific writers, having scripted many of our biographies, classics and original titles. Some of his most popular works include the award winning Nelson Mandela, Mother Teresa: Angel of the Slums and Abraham Lincoln: From the Log Cabin to the White House.
Naresh Kumar is a resident of New Delhi, India. He describes himself as a seeker who is continuously trying to learn as much as he can. He views his art as an expression of his curiosity about the world. Naresh's photo-realistic style captures the subtle emotions of his characters, giving the reader an experience similar to that of watching a high budget movie. Hs past work for Campfire includes Julius Caesar, Frankenstein, Robinson Crusoe and Sinbad: The Legacy.
"By focusing on the social and economic differences among Nikola Tesla, Alexander Graham Bell, and Thomas Edison, as well as their shared hunger for making monumental discoveries in electronics that could--and did--alter the modern world, the writer and the artist show plainly that an inventor's creativity is but one ingredient in his or her achievements and that commercial success takes a toll on the inventor's life outside the lab. . . Helfand's solid research is a great jumping-off point for student researchers." -- Francisca Goldsmith, Booklist