|2007||Yatandou||Gloria Whelan||Peter Sylvada||32|
|2008||Yuki and the One Thousand Carriers||Gloria Whelan||Yan Nascimbene||32|
|2009||Waiting for the Owl's Call||Gloria Whelan||32|
|2011||The Boy Who Wanted to Cook||Gloria Whelan||Steve Adams||34|
|2011||Megan's Year: An Irish Traveler's Story||Gloria Whelan||Beth Peck||32|
|2012||Elena's Story||Nancy Shaw||32|
|2013||Welcome to America, Champ||Catherine Stier||Doris Ettlinger||32|
|2013||In Andal's House||Gloria Whelan||Amanda Hall||40|
|2013||Tuki and Moka: A Tale of Two Tamarins||Judy Young||Jim Madsen||32|
Nancy Shaw is the author of eight beloved tales featuring the endearing and comical sheep. She came up with the idea for the sheep books during a very long car trip with her husband and two children. She lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan with her family. For more information, visit http://www.nancyshawbooks.com/.
Catherine Stier has worked as a professional writer for more than sixteen years and has published hundreds of articles and stories. She is the author of If I Were President, If I Ran for President, Today on Election Day, and When a Kid Like Me Fights Cancer. She lives in Southwest Texas with her husband and two children.
Steve Adams is an award-winning illustrator. After finishing his studies of graphic design in 1994, he traveled to Europe for an advanced training course in design. Upon his return, Steve began collaborating with various publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune and American Lawyer. Since 1999 Steve has shared his passion of illustration and graphic design by teaching at a college in Montreal, Canada, where he lives.
Amanda Hall is an international-award-winning British illustrator, particularly renowned for her many wonderfully decorative and colorful children’s picture book and educational illustrations. Out of This World is her second picture book about the life and work of a significant figure from art history. The first—also written by Michelle Markel—is The Fantastic Jungles of Henri Rousseau. Amanda exhibits her original illustrations at the Chris Beetles Gallery in St James’s, London.