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Illustrator Spotlight: Cornelia Li

Toronto-based illustrator Cornelia Li, a proud self-proclaimed science nerd, is passionate about the way nonfiction picture books can open a window to the natural world for young readers. Li’s own love of nature shines in her illustrations for her Glow…

Publisher Profile: Quarto

When we choose the books that end up on a member’s doorstep, we know that they have the potential to shape perspectives, open imaginations, and inspire lifelong dreams in those that read them. Needless to say, we don’t take it…

If you’ve ever driven through Texas, you will understand in a heartbeat the vision behind Jarrett and Jerome Pumphrey’s latest book, The Old Truck.  Endless sun-worn fields. Impossibly long spans of sky. Flashes of vibrant green: corn in season. Time-tested…

Illustrator Spotlight: Misha Blaise

Misha Blaise is a Croatian American, born in Canada, raised in the Colorado Rockies, and now calls Austin, Texas home. She's the author-illustrator of several books, including My Wondrous Cloud Odyssey, and This is Texas, Y'all!. ​Her most recent book,…

Illustrator Spotlight: Sophie Blackall

Sophie Blackall is an award-winning illustrator of over 45 books for children, including the New York Times best-selling Ivy and Bean series, the 2016 Caldecott Medal winner, Finding Winnie and the 2019 Caldecott Medal winner, Hello Lighthouse, which she also…

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