(1943 - )
At two years old Rosemary began to draw. When she was not outdoors, she was always drawing. Her career as an author and illustrator spans more than 40 years and 120 books.
Her website: Rosemary Wells.
Benjamin’s Treasure (2001)
A rabbit gets stranded on a deserted island with a trunk full of treasure and must find his way home. This is a picture book version of “The Adventures of Benjamin Pink.” The illustrations have been colored by Rosemary Wells.
Charlotte’s Web (1999)
Fern adopts the runt of the litter and names him Wilbur, but it is Charlotte, A. Cavatica, who ensures he will always have a home on the Arable farm.
For this new Collector’s Edition Rosemary Wells has colored the illustrations.
Forest of Dreams (1988)
A song of praise and thanksgiving.
The adventures of an American doll as she travels the world.
Lassie Come-Home (1995)
When Joe’s father loses his job, Lassie must be sold, but she refuses to stay and finds her way home across the length of England.
McDuff and the Baby (1997)
When her owners bring home a new baby girl, McDuff feels neglected.
McDuff Comes Home (1997)
McDuff wanders off after a rabbit, but a helpful lady on a motorbike brings him home again.
McDuff Goes to School (2001)
It's off to obedience school for McDuff and his neighbor.
McDuff Moves In (1997)
Escaping from the dogcatcher’s truck, the little West Highland Terrier finds a new home and a name in this first book in the series.
McDuff Saves the Day (2000)
When ants eat the food at their picnic, McDuff goes in search of something for them to eat.
The McDuff Stories (2000)
McDuff’s Christmas (2005)
McDuff stays up to greet Santa and helps rescue him from a snow drift.
McDuff’s Favorite Things (2004)
A touch-and-feel book.
McDuff’s Hide-and-Seek (2004)
A lift-the-flap-and-pull-the-tab moveable book.
McDuff’s New Friend (1998)
It’s Christmas Eve. McDuff is waiting up for Santa, and receives a surprise.
McDuff’s Wild Romp (2005)
McDuff visits Aunt Frieda for Sunday dinner, but her cat is not amused.
Designed by Susan Jeffers.
Stuart Little (1999)
Stuart Little is only two inches tall, but he has great adventures. For this edition Rosemary Wells has colored the illustrations.