Sophie BlackallSophie Blackall is an Australian artist and illustrator of children's books based in Brooklyn, New York. She won the 2016 Caldecott Medal for ''Finding Winnie: The True Story of the World’s Most Famous Bear'' and the 2019 Medal for ''Hello Lighthouse''. She has illustrated more than 30 books for children, including the ''Ivy and Bean'' series. Blackall has collaborated with authors such as Jacqueline Woodson, John Bemelmans Marciano, Jane Yolen, and Meg Rosoff. Her work also includes animated television commercials and editorial illustrations for newspapers and magazines. Blackall dislikes it when an author refers to an illustrated book as "my book", feeling it diminishes the essential role of the illustrations.
Her 2015 collaboration with Emily Jenkins, ''A Fine Dessert: Four Centuries, Four Families, One Delicious Treat'', was praised by reviewers but became the subject of controversy over its depiction of slavery. Provided by Wikipedia
Red butterfly : how a princess smuggled the secret of silk out of China / Deborah Noyes ; illustrated by Sophie Blackall.
by Noyes, Deborah.Other Authors: '; “...Blackall, Sophie,...”
Mr. and Mrs. Bunny-- detectives extraordinaire! / by Mrs. Bunny ; translated from the Rabbit by Polly Horvath ; illustrated by Sophie Blackall.
by Horvath, Polly.Other Authors: '; “...Blackall, Sophie,...”
Finding Winnie : the true story of the world's most famous bear / by Lindsay Mattick ; illustrated by Sophie Blackall.
by Mattick, Lindsay,Other Authors: '; “...Blackall, Sophie,...”
Shaking things up : 14 young women who changed the world / by Susan Hood ; illustrated by Selina Alko, Sophie Blackall, Lisa Brown, Hadley Hooper, Emily Winfield Martin, Oge Mora,...
by Hood, Susan, 1954-Other Authors: '; “...Blackall, Sophie,...”