Larry Day is the award-winning illustrator of more than twenty fiction and nonfiction titles. His titles have earned places on NPR’s Best Books of the Year, Junior Library Guild Selection, Indie Bound Next List, and Illinois Reads.
Larry was born and raised in Gibson City, Illinois, a rural farming community where he flunked high school Art. He received an Associate’s Degree in commercial art, and worked as a staff artist for pinball and video games before becoming a storyboard artist and picture book illustrator. Day is the recipient of 3 Gold medals from the Society Of Illustrators, and the SCBWI Golden Kite Award for Not Afraid Of Dogs.
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