(1942 - 0)
Susan Jeffers, renowned children’s author and illustrator, has been writing and illustrating picture books for over forty years. She received the Caldecott Honor for Three Jovial Huntsman and has been honored with many other awards, including the Golden Kite Award for Forest of Dreams.
Her website ishttp://susanjeffersart.com/BioFrameset.html
All the Pretty Horses (1974)
Lulled to sleep by her mother’s singing of a lullaby, a little girl dreams of all sorts of horses.
The Art of Reading (2005)
Forty illustrators contribute an illustration for their favorite book to celebrate forty years of Reading Is Fundamental.
Read online at archive.org.
Baby Animals (1989)
A classic bedtime story--out of print for over 40 years--returns, newly illustrated by Caldecott Honor Book winner Susan Jeffers.
Benjamin’s Barn (1990)
Benjamin’s imagination fills his barn with everything from a rhinoceros to a pirate ship.
Biblical Advent Calendar (1992)
An advent calendar based on the Christmas story by Matthew and Luke. A Post-It note is peeled off each day.
A collection of art that was honored at the biennial competition in Bratislava.
The Big Book for Our Planet (1993)
Children’s authors and illustrators make the case for environmental protection.
Black Beauty (1980)
The classic story of a horse that suffered abuse, but was rescued in the end.
Black Beauty (2009)
This is a picture book version of the famous story of an abused horse that is rescued in the end.
Blueberries for the Queen (2004)
In the summer of 1942, when Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands lives down the road from his family’s house in Massachusetts, young William decides to take her some of the blueberries he has picked.
Brother Eagle, Sister Sky (1991)
An environmental message from a Native American chief.
The Buried Moon (1969)
Tells how the Moon came down to earth to do battle with the evil ones and was rescued by human heroes.
A girl, a grate, a godmother, and a glass slipper combine to lead to happiness.
The Circus Detectives (1971)
While working on their new clown act, two young members of a traveling circus discover the reason for the circus’ recent bad luck.
Everyhow Remarkable (1967)
David’s imaginary friends agree he is remarkable and his family agrees.
The First of the Penguins (1970)
Jim and George discover a time travel portal and explore the past.
Forest of Dreams (1988)
A song of praise and thanksgiving.
Hansel and Gretel (1980)
Abandoned in the forest, Hansel and Gretel must defeat a wicked witch before finding their way home.