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Laura Miller's story, Thoughtful Marbles, reminds children to be thoughtful instead of reactive.
Hungarian self-taught artist looking to have fun I'm a 19-year-old girl from Hungary, and I mostly self-taught myself in art, or had some help from other
2016 Caldecott Medal winner Finding Winnie is the true story of the real bear who inspired Milne's Winnie the Pooh.
Hello there, My name is Amy and I have been drawing ever since I can remember being taught the basics by my mom. Since growing up I have attended 4
A Swedish psychologist wrote The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep to help you get YOUR kid to sleep.
Comical, friendly, pictures that make you smile My name is Nisha. I love making people laugh, which is why, you might notice, that most of my drawings
Vicious Designs LLC - Heart-Touching Art Vera Johnson's style is colorful as well as creatively beautiful. Her style varies to fit the author's message
In Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2nd book in the series), Rowling proves herself a master of world-building.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, the first book in the magical series, is also the simplest to read. The series grows in complexity,
My name is Tiyanna A.A Boyd and I have enjoyed doodling since I was a little girl. I currently live in Rock Hill, SC and will be pursuing a degree in Graphic
Newbery Honor book Red Sails to Capri, by Ann Weil, is the fictionalized account of the rediscovery of a natural wonder, Capri's
Question to a published author...an editor wants to take my manuscript to an EBM. We're on draft number 2. She wants a few more changes. I want to follow
Linda Sue Park's deftly researched A Single Shard, set in 12th century Korea, is the story of Tree-ear, an orphan boy.
Why do the storks no longer visit our village? Meindert DeJong's The Wheel on the School shows kids seeking to answer that question.
Sculptural and Expressive with Color & Humor I create lively, often whimsical illustrations of endearing characters. My caricature style and humorous
Elizabeth Borton de Trevino's biography of Juan de Pareja, slave of Diego Velázquez, the 17th century painter.
Hi! My name is Ikuko IKEDA, I am Japanese but I live in Germany. I love manga and animation, so my artwork style is manga style but I can also do realistic
In Rutherford Montgomery's Kildee House, a hermit goes to live in the redwoods but finds out he needs human companionship.
Irene Hunt's Across Five Aprils is the story of a young farmboy, Jethro Creighton, growing up during the American Civil War.
In Dorothy Rhoads' The Corn Grows Ripe, a modern Mayan boy (1950s) comes of age after his father's accident in the fields.
Shannon Duncan is a young South African, passionate about children's literature.
Anne McCaffrey's 'Black Horses for the King' is the scifi legend's young adult take on the King Arthur story.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's 'The Little Prince' reads like a meta-story about the stifling of children's imaginations as they grow up.
Whimsy! I am a published children's book illustrator. My formal education is in digital design and animation. Combined with my experience in illustration,
Michelle Mullins' free kids story is called Bugs in My Hair, about a child who gets lice!
Superfudge is the 2nd of Judy Blume's Fudge books, with Peter in 6th grade and Fudge entering kindergarten.
Shel Silverstein 'puts something silly in the world that wasn't there before' with his classic A Light in the Attic.
Judy Blume's Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing is the first of four in a series featuring Peter Hatcher and his two year old brother Fudge.
Born and raised in Nicaragua, reviewer Daniela Chamorro has a B.A. in English from Amherst College.
I am a physically disabled, self-taught, prolific, freelance, illustrator artist. My illustrations are all freehand. I mainly use Crayon Rocks to colour
Carole Boston Weatherford creates an 'autobiography' of Fannie Lou Hamer in Voice of Freedom: Spirit of the Civil Rights Movement.
Hi, I have a BA (Upper 2nd class honors) Illustration (UK). I am a mixed media paper cut artist. I enjoy the challenge of using materials to tell a story.
Your first step in successful self-publishing - collaborate with me! Energetic, detailed artwork sure to bring a smile to your reader as they fall in
Hi. I am Tatiana. I'm an illustrator, graphic designer and artist. I work in a variety of styles and techniques, such as • colored pencils • watercolor
Kevin Henkes' Waiting makes the case that waiting for something to happen--which kids do a lot of--isn't necessarily a bad thing.
In 'The Magical Snow Garden,' Wellington the penguin has it in his head to make a garden like the one he's seen in books!
It's Goldilocks turned on its head in Tony Mitton's 'Snowy Bear,' when a baby bear seeking shelter finds a little girl home alone.
In Benji Davies' 'Grandad's Island,' death is painted as a beautiful place you don't come back from.
Raised in Canada and now living in London, Tassa Dimitropoulos is a stay-at-home mom and former schoolteacher.
In Parrots Over Puerto Rico, Trumbore and Roth tell the still unfolding story of the near extinction (and early stages of recovery) of the Puerto
In Willie Pedromo's 'Clemente!' a boy named after the baseball legend tells the story of a man who was a hero both on the field and off.
In Drum Dream Girl, Margarita Engle tells the story of Millo Castro Zaldarriaga, a Chinese-African-Cuban girl who felt drums shouldn't be only for boys.
'Trombone Shorty' is the story of Troy Andrews, renowned New Orleans Supa-Funk Rock musician, who took up a big instrument while very little!
The picture book Last Stop on Market Street won the 2016 Newbery Medal with its compelling view of the world through a poor child's eyes.
This free children's story by Jude Harrison-Smith is called The Shining Star. When a star's feelings are hurt, he can't shine as brightly.
Children's Illustration and Publishing My name is Tina Modugno. I am from Quebec, Canada. I am a freelance children's illustrator and have worked with
Paintings for Children - Fairy Tale Style My name is Maryam Safa. I come from Iran, and I live in Denmark. I was born in a family where everyone loves
Barbara Hamilton's 'Not Another Christmas Carol' details the author's childhood Christmas in late 1940s Ireland.
Hi there! My name is Miriam Rue and I am a digital illustrator. I love drawing unique characters with motions and expressions to match! My style is cartoony,
Swore I'd never do it. Would never self-publish. I was 100% in the same camp about self-published books. I swore (with my hand in the air and everything)
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