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Kim La Fave

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author image Kim La Fave, a Governor General’s Award-winning artist, is the illustrator of Amos’s Sweater (by Janet Lunn) — winner of the Ruth Schwartz Children’s Book Award and the Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Award for illustration — Follow That Star (by Kenneth Oppel), I Am Small (by Cherrie Fitch), the bestselling The Bones and Skeleton Book (by Steven Cumbaa) and many other children’s books. He lives in Roberts Creek, BC.

Books

Book Cover Bear Stories
978-0-88971-153-2 · 0-88971-153-4 · 1991 · $7.95
"Kim La Fave's illustrations are stylish and arresting, the layout varied and dramatic." —The Globe & Mail
Book Cover Boys, Girls & Body Science: A First Book About Facts of Life
978-1-55017-236-2 · 1-55017-236-0 · October 2002 · $18.95
“an excellent resource that will make life easier for parents struggling to find the words to explain reproduction and sex to their children.” -Quill & Quire
Book Cover Cyril the Seagull
978-0-88971-048-1 · 0-88971-048-1 · 1991 · $15.95
Cyril the Seagull has a problem: he gets seasick.
Book Cover Fishing with Gubby
978-1-55017-497-7 · 1-55017-497-5 · September 2010 · $19.95
Book Cover Gubby Builds a Boat
978-1-55017-591-2 · 1-55017-591-2 · October 2012 · $19.95
Book Cover Paul Bunyan on the West Coast
978-1-55017-109-9 · 1-55017-109-7 · 1995 · $14.95
For young people and anyone else who loves West Coast mythology, tall tales, stories of the woods, and just plain fun.
Book Cover Puccini and the Prowlers
978-0-88971-154-9 · 0-88971-154-2 · 1992 · $15.95
Just what is a prowler anyway? Puccini decides to keep barking until he finds out!
Book Cover Silversides: The Life of a Sockeye
978-0-88971-152-5 · 0-88971-152-6 · 1991 · $6.95
"Kim La Fave's illustrations are stylish and arresting, the layout varied and dramatic." -The Globe & Mail