adler

Victoria Adler grew up in the Princeton area. As a speech pathologist Adler harnesses her knowledge of language to introduce baby’s cutest body parts (all of them) through playful sounds, words, beats and rhyme In All of Baby’s Nose and …Read more »

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barth

Linda J. Barth began her writing career after twenty-five years as a fourth-grade teacher. In her first post-retirement job, she served as curator of a canal museum in the village of Griggstown, along the Delaware & Raritan Canal. The author …Read more »

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artie

Artie Bennett is the executive copy editor for a children’s book publisher and he writes a little on the side (but not the backside!). His itch to write gave us The Dinosaur Joke Book: A Compendium of Pre-Hysteric Puns (currently …Read more »

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brown

Peter Brown writes and illustrates books for young whippersnappers. He is also the artist responsible for this year’s art work for the Princeton Children’s Book Festival. Peter grew up in Hopewell, New Jersey, where he spent his time imagining and …Read more »

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bruel

Nick Bruel is the author and illustrator of, among other books, Bad Kitty, Poor Puppy, Bad Kitty Gets a Bath, Happy Birthday, Bad Kitty, and Bad Kitty vs. Uncle Murray. A former bookseller, Nick used his quirky sense of humor …Read more »

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buckley300

Former NERDS member Michael Buckley is the author of the New York Times bestselling series The Sisters Grimm. He has also written and developed shows for Nickelodeon, Disney, MTV Animation, the Sci-Fi Channel, the Discovery Channel, and VH1. He lives …Read more »

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calkhoven

Laurie Calkhoven has always loved reading and writing. She’s especially interested in the intersection between big moments in American history and the lives of ordinary kids. That’s how her Boys of Wartime series was born.  The Winston-Salem Journal called Daniel …Read more »

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Scott Campbell

Scott Campbell (Scott C)‘s watercolor paintings can be found in magazines, comics, children’s books, video games, and galleries around the world. Some of his most notable projects include the Great Showdowns series at greatshowdowns.com, Double Fine Action Comics at doublefine.com , the children’s …Read more »

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alyssa

Alyssa Satin Capucilli is the award winning author of over seventy-five books including Biscuit, the popular best-seller used to launch the My First I Can Read Series from HarperCollins. With over fifty titles in the series as well as over …Read more »

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carnesi

Mônica Carnesi hails from sunny Brazil. She is crazy about (in no particular order) children’s books, art supplies and animals. Mônica works as a librarian at The Free Library of Philadelphia, a perfect fit for her interests. She draws, paints …Read more »

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