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About Jan Spivey

I am an illustrator/author of over sixty-five children's books, author of three, INDIGO and MOONLIGHT GOLD, MADELIA, and MY AMERICA. I have won many awards including, the Coretta Scott King Award Illustrator 1990 for NATHANIEL TALKING by Eloise Greenfield and the 1992 Coretta Scott King Award Honor Book Award Illustrator for NIGHT ON NEIGHBORHOOD STREET also by Eloise Greenfield. MY AMERICA, was ... More
Jan Spivey's Published Works Ages Date Published
Books 1 - 4 of 41 from Jan Spivey's published works, View all 41 books
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1. The Friendly Four (Hardcover)
    Author: Eloise Greenfield
    Illustrator: Jan Spivey Gilchrist
    Publisher: Amistad
Ages 4-8 06/13/2006
14 Reviews  
2. Me & Neesie (reillustrated) (Hardcover)
    Author: Eloise Greenfield
    Illustrator: Jan Spivey Gilchrist
    Publisher: Amistad
Ages 4-8 01/01/2005
8 Reviews  
3. Honey, I Love (Hardcover)
    Author: Eloise Greenfield
    Illustrator: Jan Spivey Gilchrist
    Publisher: Amistad
Baby to Pre-K 12/24/2002
43 Reviews  
4. William and the Good Old Days (Library Binding)
    Author: Eloise Greenfield
    Illustrator: Jan Spivey Gilchrist
    Publisher: HarperCollins
Ages 4-8 10/20/1993
3 Reviews  
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Profile Comments
Comment by Dawn Davies on 8/1/2009 at 12:28 AM:
Hi Jan, yes is a strange site, all I have been doing is inviting loads of people in the hope they would except my invite, delighted to meet you, dawn,bristol,uk
Comment by Meggan Conway on 7/24/2009 at 12:42 PM:
Just a question... Why did you reillustrate Honey I Love? I enjoy both versions and can't decide which one I like best. I was just curious about why you did two versions.
Comment by Eric Hammond on 11/12/2008 at 11:40 AM:
Hello, Jan.
Welcome to JacketFlap.

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