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Don Sibley

Illustrator

(1922 - )

Don Sibley

Don Sibley was born and grew up in Hornell, New York and attended the Pratt Instutute in Brooklyn, which was interrupted by World War II where he flew B24’s and B17’s. He has done much commercial illustration but prefers children’s book illustration.

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The Commodore’s Cup (1958)

Luke Cramer loves to sail and when he chances on a wrecked Comet class sailboat he leaps at the chance to fix it up and sail it in the local fleet.

Author(s): Stephen W. Meader
Illustrator(s): Don Sibley

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The Commodore’s Cup (2006)

Luke Cramer loves to sail and when he chances on a wrecked Comet class sailboat he leaps at the chance to fix it up and sail it in the local fleet.

Author(s): Stephen W. Meader
Illustrator(s): Don Sibley

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Snow on Blueberry Mountain (1961)

Mark Wilkins decides to see if he can make his father’s ‘folly’ into a money-making business by building a ski run.

Author(s): Stephen W. Meader
Illustrator(s): Don Sibley

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Snow on Blueberry Mountain (2006)

Mark Wilkins decides to see if he can make his father’s ‘folly’ into a money-making business by building a ski run.

Author(s): Stephen W. Meader
Illustrator(s): Don Sibley

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Sparkplug of the Hornets (1953)

Peewee Carson has what it takes, and in Indiana, any high school basketball team can make it to the state championship.

Author(s): Stephen W. Meader
Illustrator(s): Don Sibley

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Sparkplug of the Hornets (2006)

Peewee Carson has what it takes, and in Indiana, any high school basketball team can make it to the state championship.

Author(s): Stephen W. Meader
Illustrator(s): Don Sibley

Details »