(1908 - 1988)
Clement G. Hurd (January 12, 1908-February 5, 1988) was an American illustrator of children’s books.
He is best known for his collaborations with author Margaret Wise Brown, including Goodnight Moon (1947) and The Runaway Bunny (1942). He also illustrated a number of books written by his wife Edith Thacher Hurd (a friend of Margaret Wise Brown"s) as well as a children’s book written by Gertrude Stein entitled, The World Is Round. He also wrote and illustrated the book Run, Run, Run.
The Bad Little Duckhunter (1947)
Nature conspires to thwart the bad little duckhunter.
A book to be read from the pictures.
The Diggers (1960)
Verses on the diggers of holes from moles to Mary Anne.
Goodnight Moon (1947)
A bunny going to bed says goodnight to his room.
The Little Brass Band (1955)
The band members assemble along the road to town where they give a concert, then return home.
In this sequel the little bunny wakes up to explore his world.
The Peppermint Family (1950)
Mr. Peppermint is fishing at the North Pole, when he learns that his son has been born.