Learn how illustrators work with writers, editors, and publishers to help stories to come to life! 

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Ann Grifalconi | Baker's Dozen
Ann Grifalconi | Baker's Dozen

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Ann Grifalconi is an author and illustrator from New York City. She specializes in presenting realistic characters from other cultures. Her book, The Village of Round and Square Houses, is a Caldecott...
Anne Pellowski | Baker's Dozen
Anne Pellowski | Baker's Dozen

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Anne Pellowski is a former storytelling specialist at the New York Public Library and founder and former director or the Information Center on Children’s Cultures of the U.S. Committee for UNICEF. She...
Darion McCloud | Baker's Dozen
Darion McCloud | Baker's Dozen

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Darion McCloud has also worked in South Carolina in the children’s section of a public library. He is a storyteller and also an artist who does paintings and drawings. He has always been interested in...
Tom Feelings | Baker's Dozen
Tom Feelings | Baker's Dozen

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Tom Feelings, an author and an illustrator, was born in New York and retired as a professor of art at the University of South Carolina. He has won many awards, including two Caldecott Honor awards and...
Tom Feelings' Books | National Book Month
Tom Feelings' Books | National Book Month

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Books illustrated by Tom Feelings: Soul Looks Back in Wonder Now Sheba Sings Jambo Means Hello Moja Means One The Middle Passage Tom feelings died on August 25, 2003. Learn more about Tom feelings and...
Tom Feelings | National Book Month
Tom Feelings | National Book Month

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Tom Feelings describes himself as a "storyteller in picture form." Through his artwork, Tom allows the reader to discover diverse people, places, and events from around the world. Tom lived in Africa...
Tom Feelings | Conversations with SC Writers
Tom Feelings | Conversations with SC Writers

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Tom Feelings was both a writer and an illustrator. He taught illustrating at the University of South Carolina. Usually, the process is that a manuscript is submitted to a publisher, and the publisher...