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Reichert, Renee

Reichert, Renee


Married; children: two.


HomeLong Island, NY. Agent—c/o Author Mail, Roaring Brook Press, 143 West St., New Milford, CT 06776. E-mail[email protected]


Illustrator and commercial artist. Exhibitions: Work exhibited at B.J. Spoke Gallery, Huntington, NY.

Awards, Honors

Certificate of Merit, Society of Illustrators; Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art designation, Spectrum 8; New York ADDY citation; Gold and bronze awards, Summit Creative Awards.


Fred Penner, The Cat Came Back, Roaring Brook Press (New Milford, CT), 2005.

Contributor to periodicals, including Ladybug and Newsday.

Biographical and Critical Sources


Booklist, November 1, 2005, Jennifer Mattson, review of The Cat Came Back, p. 54.

Kirkus Reviews, August 1, 2005, review of The Cat Came Back, p. 856.

Publishers Weekly, August 22, 2005, review of The Cat Came Back, p. 64.

School Library Journal, October, 2005, Jane Marino, review of The Cat Came Back, p. 144.


Renee Reichert Home Page, (June 6, 2006)., (June 6, 2006), "Renee Reichert."

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