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Robin Luebs

Born: 1949 in Terre Haute, Indiana
Pen Name: None

Connection to Illinois: Luebs lives in Urbana, Illinois.

Biography: Robin 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.


Awards:
    '''''How Do You Say Goodnight?'''''
  • -- Book of the Month Club Main Selection, 2008 '''''Who Said Coo?'''''
  • -- 2X2 Reading List, Texas Library Association , 2011
  • -- Kids' Indie Next List, Summer 2010
  • -- 2016 ILLINOIS READS Book

Primary Literary Genre(s): Fiction; Illustrator

Primary Audience(s): Children

Website: http://www.robinluebs.com/


Selected Titles

How do you say good night?
ISBN: 9780060831639 OCLC: 167763962

HarperCollinsPublishers, New York : 2008.

In rhyming text, explores the different ways that animal babies--and human babies--say good night.

Please pick me up, Mama! /
ISBN: 1416979778 OCLC: 199402018

Atheneum Books for Young Readers, New York : ©2009.

A baby raccoon spends the day with its mother enjoying many different experiences, from dressing up the cat to splashing and clapping.

Who said coo? /
ISBN: 1416985107 OCLC: 298613512

Unable to fall asleep in her cozy bed because two wide-awake nighttime birds are saying "whoo" and "coo" right outside her window, Lulu the very tired pig struggles to keep her temper while asking her friends to quiet down.

 

 

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