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Louis Slobodkin

Author,Illustrator

(1903 - 1975)

Louis Slobodkin

Louis Slobodkin (February 19, 1903 – May 1975) was an American sculptor, writer, and illustrator of numerous children’s books.



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Love and Knishes (1956)

A guide to Jewish cooking.

Author(s): Sara Kasdan
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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Luigi and the Long-Nosed Soldier (1963)

Every Saturday Luigi takes the bus from Italy to Switzerland for his violin lesson with Professor Tagliatini. The new young soldier with the long nose who checks for smugglers steals his cakes from his lunch box, until one day Professor Tagliatini teaches him a lesson and reveals the real smugglers.

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Author(s): Louis Slobodkin
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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The Magic Fishbone (1953)

The Princess Alicia keeps the magic fishbone in her pocket until the right time.

Author(s): Charles Dickens
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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Magic Michael (1944)

Michael likes to play Something-or-Other.

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Author(s): Louis Slobodkin
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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Many Moons (1943)

When the Princess Lenore falls ill of a surfeit of raspberry tarts, the only thing that can cure her is the Moon. But how will her father the King get it for her?

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Author(s): James Thurber
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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The Marshmallow Ghosts (1960)

The little ghosts go trick-or-treating as children!

Author(s): Otto Friedrich
Priscilla Friedrich
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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Martin’s Dinosaur (1959)

Martin’s education has been neglected and he doesn’t recognize a dragon when he sees one.

Author(s): Reda Davis
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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Mazel Tov Y’All (1968)

A guide to Jewish baking.

Author(s): Sara Kasdan
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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Melvin the Moose Child (1957)

Melvin the moose child sets out for the North Woods to find another moose child to play with. Along the way he meets a beaver child, a deer child and a bear child.

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Author(s): Louis Slobodkin
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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The Middle Moffat (1942)

Jane is the mysterious middle Moffat whose adventures we follow in this second book about the Moffat family.

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Author(s): Eleanor Estes
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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Millions and Millions and Millions! (1955)

How much is a million?

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Author(s): Louis Slobodkin
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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The Moffats (1941)

The Moffats live on New Dollar Street with their widowed mother who is a seamstress.

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Author(s): Eleanor Estes
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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Moon Blossom & the Golden Penny (1963)

When they see the golden penny, all the Chinese merchants are eager to give Moon Blossom whatever she needs, and give her mother a new junk. But what is the golden penny?

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Author(s): Louis Slobodkin
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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Mr. Mushroom (1950)

Mr. Mushroom is a good neighbor.

Author(s): Louis Slobodkin
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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Mr. Papadilly and Willy (1964)

Mr. Papadilly and Willy try to retire from the circus but can’t stay away from it.

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Author(s): Florence Slobodkin
Louis Slobodkin
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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Mr. Petersand’s Cats (and Kittens) (1954)

Every summer the families who return to Firefly Island go to Mr. Petersand to adopt a cat or kitten for the summer.

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Author(s): Louis Slobodkin
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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Mr. Spindles and the Spiders (1961)

Mr. Spindles is appalled when he finds spiders in his cupboards, but he learns to live and let live.

Author(s): Andrew Packard
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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Nomi and the Lovely Animals (1960)

Poems about animals.

Author(s): Louis Slobodkin
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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One Is Good But Two Are Better (1956)

It’s more fun to do things with a friend -- or even a brother or sister!

Author(s): Louis Slobodkin
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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Our Friendly Friends (1951)

Verses about our animal friends.

Author(s): Louis Slobodkin
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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