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Gaudasinska, Elzbieta 1943–

Gaudasinska, Elzbieta 1943–

Personal

Born 1943, in Strzyzow, Poland. Education: Beaux-Arts de Varsovie, degree.

Addresses

Home and office—Poland.

Career

Illustrator.

Illustrator

Józef Ignacy, Dziad i baba (new edition), Nasza Ksiegarnia (Warsaw, Poland), 1991.

Lengyel Népmese, A Páfrány Virága, [Budapest, Hungary], 1992.

Véronique Olas, Le dragon de Cracovie, La Nacelle, 1994.

Mary Lamb, adaptor, The Winter's Tale (based on the play by William Shakespeare), Onyx Global, 2000.

Jacob Grimm, Les contes de Grimm, Grasset (Paris, France), 2003.

Sergei Prokofiev, The Love for Three Oranges (based on a stage adaptation by Carlo Gozzi), Pumpkin House (Columbus, OH), 2006.

Also illustrator of numerous books published in Polish, including Przysowie Prawde Powei: Od zartow do Prawdy, Czytelnik (Poland).

Biographical and Critical Sources

PERIODICALS

Booklist, November 15, 2006, Carolyn Phelan, review of The Love for Three Oranges, p. 54.

Kirkus Reviews, September 1, 2006, Sergei Prokofiev, review of The Love for Three Oranges, p. 911.

Publishers Weekly, October 16, 2006, review of The Love for Three Oranges, p. 52.

School Library Journal, October, 2006, Robin L. Gibson, review of The Love for Three Oranges, p. 124.

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