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Yoko Tanaka

  • 5 stars across 4 books
    Laura Godwin grew up in Alberta, Canada. She has written many well-loved books for children, including Barnyard Prayers, Little White Dog, Happy & Honey, and co-authored The Doll People, The Meanest Doll in the World, and The Runaway Dolls. She lives in New York City. Yoko Tanaka is a graduate of the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. She has illustrated Sparrow Girl by Sara Pennypacker and The Magician's Elephant by Kate DiCamillo. She lives in Los Angeles and Bangkok. You can visit her at yokotanaka.com.
    5th November 2015

    The Magician's Elephant

    In this timeless fable, New York Times bestselling author, twice winner of the prestigious Newbery Medal and US ... More

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    6th September 2010

    The Magician's Elephant

    "Magic is always impossible," said the magician. "It begins with the impossible and ends with the impossible and is impo... More

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    30th August 2011

    One Moon, Two Cats

    One moon. Two cats are not asleep. Across a great distance, but under the light of the same moon, a city cat and... More

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    1st February 2020

    Dandelion's Dream

    What if a dandelion became a dandy lion ? With enchanting, ethereal art, this is a wordless story where reality i... More

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