(1941 - )
Steven Kellogg (born October 26, 1941) is an American writer and illustrator who has created more than 90 children’s books. He is best known for writing books about animals, for which he credits his grandmother.
A-Hunting We Will Go (1998)
Steven Kellogg has written new verses to a traditional nursery song and enlivened it with his fanciful illustrations.
A, My Name is Alice (1984)
An alphabet jump rope jingle with animals from Alice ape to …
When Abby learns she is adopted, she asks her parents if they can adopt a brother.
Set along the Mississippi River, this book traces the adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Jim, the runaway slave. The great American novel.
And I Love You (2010)
A meditation on mothers and children and love.
Appelard and Liverwurst (1978)
Appelard has lost his mule and most of his farm buildings to a tornado, but it has left him with a baby rhinoceros. How the rhinoceros ends up in jail, is broken out by his mother and they all end up in the circus is the burden of this tale.
An alliterative animal alphabet.
Awful Alexander (1976)
Who took that cookie? Who didn’t eat their spinach? It must have been awful Alexander.
The Baby Beebee Bird (2000)
The baby beebee bird is a newcomer to the zoo and he likes to sing his song all night long.
Barney receives three dandelions which will grant three wishes, but things soon get out of hand.
In this edition Steven Kellogg has redone the illustrations. Barney receives three dandelions, each of which will grant a wish, but things soon start going wrong.
A Beasty Story (1998)
A group of mice tell themselves a ghost story.
Best Friends (1975)
Kathy misses her best friend Louise when she goes away for the summer, but a new puppy brings them back together.
Big Bear Ball (2002)
The bears dance by the light of the moon.
The Big Book for Our Planet (1993)
Children’s authors and illustrators make the case for environmental protection.
The Big Book for Peace (1990)
Children’s authors and illustrators ask, ‘Why not peace?’
In desperation after Robert is followed home by 27 hippomotami, his parents call in a not very reputable witch.
Brave Johnny O’Hare (1969)
Brave Johnny O’Hare is a little Australian boy who is not afraid of anything, even the Bunyip, until one night . . .
Can’t You Pretend? (1970)
Cathy and Chris can both pretend, but they can’t agree on what to pretend.