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American author and illustrator who won accolades for her graphic novel "El Deafo," which is based on her experiences with being deaf as a child.
Jan Brett is an American illustrator and writer of children's picture books. Her detailed illustrations bring life to human and animal folktales from around the world.
Meet some of the many lands and characters brought to life by one of the most beloved creators of children's literature with this selected bibliography. Experience the colorful world of illustrator and author Tomie De Paola.
Kate DiCamillo is an American author whose stories are both enchanting and surprising. Her characters leap from the page and into the imaginations of readers of picture books, beginning readers and novels. Discover the works of Kate DiCamillo with your child.
Enter the bold and colorful world of Lois Ehlert.
Beloved children's literature author Kevin Henkes has written charming picture books and children's fiction.
Explore the world of Rachel Isadora, American author and illustrator of picture books on the topics of dance, music, world cultures, and more.
Cynthia Kadohata is a Japanese American writer whose books center on young people in extraordinary circumstances, whether in history or in modern times.
Caldecott-winning author and illustrator Ezra Jack Keats created worlds of snow, friendship and childhood with his books. Discover a classic.
Enter the magical whimsy of Yuyi Morales's beautifully-rendered illustrations.
A native of Philadelphia, Jerry Pinkney has been illustrating books for children since the early 1960s. Part of a family of talented and prolific authors and illustrators, Pinkney's work is a treasure to readers young and old alike.
Robinson is a San Francisco-based illustrator, animator and artist. His colorful and bold illustrations are nostalgic, charming and meaningful in nature. The diversity of topics that he lends his craft to is vast and well worth checking out!
Arguably America's favorite children's book author and illustrator, Dr. Seuss wrote many a tale for many a child, no matter how silly, no matter how wild. The universe of landscapes and creatures created by Seuss were unlike any seen before in children's literature and his timeless tales are as popular today as ever before.
This silly children's poet, writer and illustrator will have you in stitches if he doesn't have you in tears. Kids of all ages read his works will never think of language the same again.
Duncan Tonatiuh is Mexican and American. He grew up in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico and attended Parsons School of Design in New York City. His biggest artistic influence is Pre-Colombian art. Discover the one-of-a-kind children’s books by Tonatiuh to celebrate both the past and present.