|2010||Hello, Goodbye, and a Very Little Lie||Christianne C. Jones||Christine Battuz||32|
|2011||Terrible, Awful, Horrible Manners!||Beth Bracken||Richard Watson||32|
|2011||Too Shy for Show-and-Tell||Beth Bracken||Jennifer A. Bell||32|
|2011||The Messy One||Christianne C. Jones||Juana Martinez-Neal||32|
|2012||Lucille Gets Jealous||Julie Gassman||Charlotte Cooke||32|
|2012||The Little Bully||Beth Bracken||Jennifer A. Bell||32|
|2012||You Get What You Get||Julie Gassman||Julie GassmanᐧSarah Horne||32|
|2012||Eleanore Won't Share||Julie Gassman||Julie Gassman||32|
|2018||The Social Butterfly||Beth Bracken||Sofia Cardoso||32|
The youngest in a family of nine children, Julie Gassman grew up in Howard, South Dakota. After college, she traded in small-town life for the world of magazine publishing in New York City. She now lives in southern Minnesota with her husband and their three children.
Beth Bracken is an award-winning author of books for children of all ages, from her Mom’s Choice-winning Henry Helps books for toddlers to the critically acclaimed Faerieground series for middle-grade readers. Her picture book Too Shy for Show-and-Tell was one of the 2013 Bank Street Best Children’s Books of the Year in the Under-Five category. Beth lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota with her husband and their two children.
Christine Battuz started drawing at three when she was first able to hold a pen. Growing up, she was inspired by her mother’s collection of paintings all over her house. Christine has illustrated over sixty children’s books, published in North America, Korea, and Europe. When not illustrating, she loves trail running and skiing with her husband and son.
Juana Martinez-Neal is the daughter and granddaughter of painters. She started her story in Lima, Peru, and then moved to the United States. The winner of a 2018 Pura Belpré Illustrator Award for La Princesa and the Pea by Susan Middleton Elya, Juana Martinez-Neal is still writing the story of her life, with the help of her husband and three children, in Arizona.
Sarah Horne was born in sub-zero Derbyshire, UK, one cold November day. Since then, she has graduated from Falmouth College of Arts in 2001, and from Kingston University with a Masters in illustration in 2005. Currently, Sarah lives and works in Wapping, London, and spends many hours sipping tea while working at Happiness At Work Studios.