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NADIA KRILANOVICH has worked as an artist, dance instructor, and vocalist. She loves going on adventures, spending time with her family, and hiking with her dog, Cleo.
Nadia L. Hohn
Nadia L. Hohn is the author of Malaika’s Costume and Malaika’s Winter Carnival, as well as Harriet Tubman: Freedom Fighter. Nadia presents regularly to schools, festivals, and libraries to audiences in the UK, UAE, US, and Canada. She lives in Toronto, where she teaches and writes.
Nadia Taylor is a designer and print- maker based in London. Her colorful prints are filled with bold shapes and striking patterns. She has worked on large-scale hand-painted murals, book covers, greeting cards, gift wrap, and packaging.
Nadine Bernard Westcott
Nadine Bernard Westcott has illustrated more than 100 books for young readers, including I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly, Big Picnic, Down by the Bay, and Peanut Butter and Jelly, the latter of which she also wrote. Nadine lives in Nantucket, Massachusetts, and divides her time between illustrating and designing her own line of fabrics.
An Iranian artist from Shiraz who now lives in Montreal, Nahid Kazemi created dozens of picture books in Iran. She sees art as a way of making connections between words and ideas and the material realities of our lives. Rich and textured, her images share both the surfaces and depths of experience.
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Nancy Bo Flood
Nancy Bo Flood was a research psychologist and studied brain development before writing books for children. Her titles include Soldier Sister, Fly Home and Cowboy Up! Ride the Navajo Rodeo (WordSong). Nancy lives in Glenwood Springs, Colorado.
Nancy Churnin is a theater critic for The Dallas Morning News by night (and occasional matinee) and a children's book author by day. She's the mom of four boys, a dog named Dog and two cats, Toby and White Sox, as well as the author of multiple picture book biographies, including THE WILLIAM HOY STORY, HOW A DEAF BASEBALL PLAYER CHANGED THE GAME, on multiple state reading lists; MANJHI MOVES A MOUNTAIN, the 2018 winner of the South Asia Book Award and other honors; CHARLIE TAKES HIS SHOT: HOW CHARLIE SIFFORD BROKE THE COLOR BARRIER IN GOLF, featured at the Ruby Bridges Reading Festival at the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis; IRVING BERLIN, THE IMMIGRANT BOY WHO MADE AMERICA SING and THE QUEEN AND THE FIRST CHRISTMAS TREE. A native New Yorker, Nancy is a graduate of Harvard University, with a master's from Columbia University who likes to sing from Broadway musicals and just about anything by Irving Berlin.