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The Illustrators

If your interest runs series. Each of these 112-page books focuses on one illustrator’s life and work, with engaging, insightful text interspersed with 80 or more historic photos and art images. There are five books available so far: , by Paul Gravett; , by Quentin Blake and Laurie Britton Newell; , by Joanna Carey; , by Jenny Uglow; and , by Bruce Ingman and Ramona Reihill. , by Nicolette Jones, is coming out this fall.

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