Individual Author Record
Name: Robin LuebsPen Name: None Genre: Fiction Audience: Children; Born: 1949 in Terre Haute, Indiana
-- Website -- http://www.robinluebs.com/
-- Robin Luebs on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=robin+luebs
Illinois ConnectionLuebs lives in Urbana, Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationRobin Luebs is a painter, and a children's book author and illustrator. Her twin sister Deborah Ruddell, is also an author. They collaborated on the book, ''Who Said Coo?'' The book was written by Ruddell and illustrated by Luebs.
- How Do You Say Good Night?, Harper Collins, 2008 - written by Raina Moore
- Please Pick Me Up, Mama!, Beach Lane Books , 2009
- Who Said Coo?, Beach Lane Books, 2010 - written by Deborah Ruddell, Luebs twin sister
Titles At Your Library
How Do You Say Good Night?
ISBN: 0060831634 HarperCollins. 2008
There are so many ways to say good night. Pups say it with a stretch and a yawn. Piglets say it with a kiss and a sigh. Lambs say it with a cuddle and a hug. But no matter how many different ways the animals in this snuggly bedtime book say good night, they all have one thing in common: They say it with love. How do you say good night?
Please Pick Me Up, Mama!
ISBN: 1416979778 Beach Lane Books. 2009 Whether she’s up or down, whirling or twirling, dressing or bathing, snacking or snoozing, the busy raccoon in this story enjoys each moment of the day. But like many toddlers, she can’t decide if she’d rather explore on her own or climb back into her mama’s arms. Thank goodness Mama Raccoon loves to snuggle. With a lively, rhyming text and lush illustrations, this book is just right for the scores of little ones who waver between wanting to be carried by a grown-up and yearning to toddle about on their own two feet.
Who Said Coo?
ISBN: 1416985107 Beach Lane Books. 2010 Lulu is one seriously sleepy pig. But every time she snuggles in her cozy bed, she’s disturbed by the noises of two naughty birds outside her window. Whoooooo…Coooooo….Lulu must find a way to get her wide-awake pals to pipe down. But as her frustration grows, will she be able to ask them nicely?
Brimming with pitch-perfect rhymes, fun-to-say animal noises, and heaps of humor, this book is a delightful read-aloud that’s perfect for bedtime—or anytime!