Artists

Jennifer K. Mann is an illustrator and an author, a mother, a sister, and an auntie. As such she is a guardian and defender of the tenderest of hearts.

Kira Lynn Cain is a singer-songwriter and visual artist based in Los Angeles.


Alison Farrel backwards CAUTION ICEAlison Farrell is an illustrator from Portland, Oregon.  Her debut picture book, CYCLE CITY (Chronicle Books), released in 2018.  Alison is looking forward to November 3, 2020.


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Erin Entrada Kelly is an author and illustrator who just won the 2018 Newbery Medal for HELLO UNIVERSE.  Her mother immigrated to the United States from the Philippines.


Jennifer K. Mann is an illustrator and an author, a mother, a sister, and an auntie. As such she is a guardian and defender of the tenderest of hearts.


Peter H. Reynolds believes everybody can make their mark. He is a father, husband, son, brother, an identical twin—and also a thinker, writer, and artist. He is an immigrant himself and savors the generosity and compassion of the USA.


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Sujean Rim is a freelance illustrator/designer and children’s book author. She is a child of immigrants and lives in NY with her husband and son.


 

Edel Rodriguez came over on the Mariel boatlift from Cuba and is using his freedom of speech to protect our rights. He has become a voice for freedom around the world, with gallery exhibits everywhere from Germany to South Africa to U2 concerts.


 

Marc Rosenthal: I lived in Turkey as a toddler, then my folks settled in Los Angeles. I studied Architecture as an undergraduate, then painting for a MFA. I worked in NYC for Milton Glaser as an illustrator/designer for five years, doing illustration since then. I now live with my wife, Eileen ( a children’s book author), in the Berkshires. As a child of the 60s, I have always appreciated the power of protest.


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Christopher Weyant is a New Yorker cartoonist and children’s book illustrator. He believes in an America that is strongest when it welcomes people of all different colors, religions and identities.

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