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Reeve, Rosie

Reeve, Rosie

Personal

Born in England.

Addresses

Home—London, England.

Career

Illustrator and writer.

Writings

SELF-ILLUSTRATED

Cuddle up Tight, Macmillan Children's Books (London, England), 2005.

ILLUSTRATOR

Margrit Cruickshank, We're Going to Feed the Ducks, Frances Lincoln (London, England), 2003.

Ian Whybrow, Hey, I Love You!, Macmillan Children's Books (London, England), 2004.

Ruth Louise Symes, Mondays at Monster School, Orion Children's Books (London, England), 2005.

Ian Whybrow, Bella Gets Her Skates On, Abrams Books for Young Readers (New York, NY), 2007.

ILLUSTRATOR; "ANNIE" SERIES

Tony and Jan Payne, Not Again, Annie!, Dolphin (London, England), 2004.

Tony and Jan Payne, Oh No, Annie!, Dolphin (London, England), 2004.

Tony and Jan Payne, It's Only Annie, Dolphin (London, England), 2005.

ILLUSTRATOR; "DELILIAH" SERIES

Jeanne Willis, Delilah Darling Is in the Library, Puffin (London, England), 2006, published as Delilah D. at the Library, Clarion Books (New York, NY), 2007.

Jeanne Willis, Delilah Darling Is in the Classroom, Puffin (London, England), 2007.

Biographical and Critical Sources

PERIODICALS

Booklist, February 1, 2007, Ilene Cooper, review of Delilah D. at the Library, p. 49; December 1, 2007, Julie Cummins, review of Bella Gets Her Skates On, p. 47.

Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books, April, 2007, Karen Coats, review of Delilah D. at the Library, p. 348.

Kirkus Reviews, March 1, 2007, review of Delilah D. at the Library, p. 234; October 15, 2007, review of Bella Gets Her Skates On.

School Library Journal, March, 2007, Grace Oliff, review of Delilah D. at the Library, p. 191; November, 2007, Teri Markson, review of Bella Gets Her Skates On, p. 103.

Washington Post Book World, May 20, 2007, Elizabeth Ward, review of Delilah D. at the Library, p. 12.

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Reeve, Rosie

Reeve, Rosie

Personal

Born in England; married; children.

Addresses

Home and office—London, England.

Career

Illustrator.

Illustrator

Margrit Cruickshank, We're Going to Feed the Ducks, Frances Lincoln (London, England), 2003.

Tony Payne, Oh No, Annie!, Dolphin (London, England), 2004.

Tony Payne, Not Again, Annie!, Dolphin (London, England), 2004.

Ian Whybrow, Hey, I Love You!, Macmillan Children's Books (London, England), 2004.

Tony Payne, It's Only Annie, Dolphin (London, England), 2005.

Ian Whybrow, Bella Gets Her Skates On, Harry Abrams Books for Young Readers (New York, NY), 2007.

Jeanne Willis, Delilah D. at the Library, Clarion Books (New York, NY), 2007.

Jeanne Willis, Delilah Darling Is in the Classroom, Puffin (London, England), 2007.

Biographical and Critical Sources

PERIODICALS

Booklist, February 1, 2007, Ilene Cooper, review of Delilah D. at the Library, p. 49.

ONLINE

Houghton Mifflin Books Web site,http://www.houghtonmifflinbooks.com/ (January 8, 2008), "Rosie Reeve."

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