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Karin Littlewood

Current Home: United States of America

Kate Banks has written a number of picture books, including, And If the Moon Could Talk, which won the Boston Globe-Horn Book Award, and Baboon, which was Parents Magazine's Best Picture Book of the Year. Both books were illustrated by George Hallensleben. Her most recent book, The Night Worker, won the 2001 Charlotte Zolotow Award. Karin Littlewood has illustrated a number of children's books, including How Does it Feel?, by Norbert Landa, and Science Fiction Stories, by Edward Blishen.