authors and illustrators, g-j.

Authors' homepages are either by the authors themselves, educators/resource collectors, or devoted fans (especially when said author is dead). I have not listed any publisher pages; they're not usually as comprehensive. (Updated 3 5 11)

G

Wanda Gág (pronounced GOG)
Neil Gaiman (pronounced GAY-m'n)
Priscilla Galloway
Nancy Garden
D.L. Garfinkle
Sherry Garland
Julie Garwood
Gail Gauthier (pronounced GOTH-ier, as in "more Goth")
Alissa Imre Geis
Jean Craighead George
Kristine O'Connell George
Adčle Geras (pronounced GER-iss, to rhyme with "terrace")
Merrill Joan Gerber
Mary-Joan Gerson
Natale Ghent
Charles Ghigna (pronounced GEEN-ya)
Gail Gibbons
Jan Spivey Gilchrist
Gail Giles (pronounced JILES)
Laura Anne Gilman
Phoebe Gilman, R.I.P.
Jamie Gilson
Nikki Giovanni
Patrick Girouard
Libby Gleeson
Mel Glenn
Morris Gleitzman
Rumer Godden
M.B. Goffstein
K.L. Going
Stacey Goldblatt
Barbara Diamond Goldin
Julia Golding
Cassandra Golds
Carla Golembe
Alison Goodman
Hannah R. Goodman
Susan E. Goodman
Edward Gorey
Carol Gorman
Beatrice Gormley
Elizabeth Goudge (pronounced GOOJ)
Daphne Grab
Lisa Graff
Rosemary Graham
Jean Gralley
John Grandits
Dianne Gray
John Green
Jan Greenberg
Rodney Alan Greenblat
Bette Greene
Jacqueline Dembar Greene
Rhonda Gowler Greene
Sheila Greenwald
Kristiana Gregory
Valiska Gregory
Kitty Griffin and Kathy Combs
Peni R. Griffin
Andy Griffiths
Nikki Grimes
Vicki Grove
Lorie Ann Grover
Elissa Haden Guest
Jacqueline Guest
John Steven Gurney
Dan Gutman

H

Jessie Haas
Elissa Haden Guest
Mary Downing Hahn
Bruce Hale
Shannon Hale
Gail E. Haley
Marcellus Hall
Kelly Milner Halls
Wendy Anderson Halperin
Julie Halpern
Kersten Hamilton
Virginia Hamilton, R.I.P.
Jenny Han
John Erickson's Hank the Cowdog
Victoria Hanley
Joyce Hansen
Frances Hardinge
L.D. Harkrader
Cheryl Harness
Jamie Harper
Jessica Harper
Suzanne Harper
Madge Harrah
Christine Harris
Jim Harris
David Harrison
Mette Ivie Harrison
Troon Harrison
Brent Hartinger
Jessie Hartland
Susan Kathleen Hartung
Libby Hathorn
Gerald Hausman
Pete Hautman
Deborah Hautzig
Louise Hawes
Rosanne Hawke
Daniel Hayes
Betsy Haynes
Barbara Shook Hazen
Lynn Hazen
Justina Chen Headley
Karen Healey
Julie Hearn
Lian Hearn
Betsy Hearne
CJ Heck
Deborah Heiligman
Edward Hemingway
Helen Hemphill
John Hendrix
James Heneghan
Kevin Henkes (pronounced HENK-uss)
Hergé, the creator of Tintin
Spring Hermann
Ann Herrick
Brad Herzog
Jim Heynen
Carl Hiassen
Caroline Hickey
Barbara Jean Hicks
Tanuja Desai Hidier
Linda Oatman High
Will Hillenbrand
Anna Grossnickle Hines
Nigel Hinton
S.E. Hinton
Bruce Hiscock
Hitty (heroine of Rachel Field's Newbery-winning book)
Russell Hoban
Valerie Hobbs
Will Hobbs
Mary Ann Hoberman
Michael Hoeye
Syd Hoff
Alice Hoffman
Mary Hoffman
Nina Kiriki Hoffman (a fan-created site)
Sara Holbrook
Linda Holeman
The Happy Hollisters
Jennifer L. Holm
Kimberly Willis Holt
Joan Holub
Mary Hooper
Deborah Hopkinson
Anthony Horowitz
Dave Horowitz
Gloria Houston
Ellen Howard
Norma Howe
Shelley Hrdlitschka
Woodleigh Marx Hubbard (who is female)
Patricia Hubbell
Lynn Huggins-Cooper
Dean Hughes
Mark Peter Hughes
Sandra McLeod Humphrey
Carol Otis Hurst
Hazel Hutchins
Pat Hutchins
Miles Hyman
Trina Schart Hyman, RIP

I

Jeanette Ingold
Erick Ingraham
Joan Irvine
Anne Isaacs
Melissa Iwai

J

Donna M. Jackson
Ellen Jackson
Shelley Jackson (FYI: This is more of a literary/art project than a children's author's website.)
Jennifer Richard Jacobson
Brian Jacques (pronounced JAKES)
Lisa Jahn-Clough
Betsy James
Jeffy James
Pamela Jane
The late Tove Jansson, creator of the Moomintrolls
Robin Jarvis
Julia Jarman
Ben Jeapes
Emily Jenkins
Patrick Jennings
Paul Jennings
KV Johansen
Captain W.E. Johns and the Biggles books
Arden Johnson
Crockett Johnson
D.B. Johnson
Layne Johnson
Maureen Johnson
Nancy Johnson
Paul Brett Johnson
Stephen T. Johnson
Norma Johnston (Nicole St. John)
Diana Wynne Jones (DWJ is not related to Tim Wynne-Jones in any way)
Inigo Jones (not this Inigo Jones, however)
Rebecca Jones
Veda Boyd Jones
Barbara Joosse (pronounced JOH-see, like Josie and the Pussycats)
William Joyce
Susan Juby
Norton Juster

more resources.

Don Gallo's Authors 4 Teens
McDougall Littell has a number of excellent author/student interviews
The Internet Public Library has an "Ask the Author" page, featuring Natalie Babbitt, the late Robert Cormier, and Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, among others.
Kay Vandergrift's Author/Illustrator Pages are way comprehensive.
As is Denise Ortakales' overview of women who illustrate children's books.
The Washington Children's Book Guild has lots of member sites linked.
If you don't know how to pronounce someone's name, go to TeachingBooks, and you can hear the answer from the source.

Go to Authors A-C.
Go to Authors D-F.
Go to Authors K-O.
Go to Authors P-S.
Go to Authors T-Z.
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Go back to the teen survey page.
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