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Nadia Krilanovich

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

Nadia Taylor is a designer and printmaker 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.

Nadia Turner

<b>Luisa Adam</b> and <b>Nadia Turner </b>collaborated previously on<i> My Animals 123</i>.

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.

Nadine Brun-Cosme

Nadine Brun-Cosme is the author of more than twenty popular novels and picture books for children. Her two Big Wolf and Little Wolf titles have sold over 60,000 worldwide. She lives in France.

Nadine Robert

Nadine Robert is a Canadian author and publisher. She has always been passionate about illustrated books.

Nadja Sarell

Nadja Sarell is an illustrator living in Helsinki, Finland. She graduated with MA in dance from Theatre Academy Helsinki and graduated from North Wales School of Art and Design with BA in illustration for children's publishing in 2004. Since then she has worked as a freelance illustrator in Finland and abroad. She loves to teach art, illustration, and dance for both children and adults.

Nahid Kazemi

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.