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Gideon Sterer

  • 5 stars across 9 books
Gideon Sterer is the author of Skyfishing and The Night Knights. He grew up in the woods of upstate New York where his family owned a zoo. Currently, he lives in Brooklyn. Cory Godbey is an illustrator for picture books, covers, comics, editorial, advertising, animated shorts, and films. He lives in Greenville, South Carolina. Visit him at corygodbey.com.
1st October 2020

The Midnight Fair

A spectacular, surreal and cinematic wordless picture book about the secret life of animals. Far from the city, b... MoreThe Midnight Fair

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3rd February 2022

The Midnight Fair

A spectacular, surreal and cinematic wordless picture book about the secret life of animals. Far from the city,... MoreThe Midnight Fair

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11th April 2017

Skyfishing: (A Grand Tale with Grandpa)

When Grandpa a fishing connoisseur moves to the city to live with his family, it doesn't take him long to notice that th... MoreSkyfishing: (A Grand Tale with Grandpa)

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1st May 2018

The Night Knights

Nighttime can be scary. Every bump, thump, or scratch could be a monster lurking under the bed or in a closet. But if th... MoreThe Night Knights

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5th March 2019

Not Your Nest!

Bird is just about to put the finishing touches on her new home when she suddenly finds that her nest is already full - ... MoreNot Your Nest!

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6th October 2022

The Christmas Owl

Bursting with Christmas magic, discover the heart-warming true story of a little owl who's discovered living in the worl... MoreThe Christmas Owl

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