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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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Peter the Great (1943)

A biography of the Russian Tsar who built St. Petersburg on the Baltic Sea as his new capital.

Author(s): Nina B. Baker
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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Picco the Sad Italian Pony (1961)

Alfredo and Gina do everything they can think of to cheer up the little pony, but nothing works, until Alfredo has a brilliant idea.

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

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The Polka-Dot Goat (1964)

Sham Babu discovers his little pet goat will dance to the tunes of his pipes.

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

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Pysen (1955)

The adventures of a little boy growing up in Sweden.

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

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Read About the Busman (1967)

A history of mass transportation up to modern times and the busman.

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

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Read About the Fireman (1967)

This is a history of fire fighting brought up to today.

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

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Read About the Policeman (1966)

A history of policemen and policing, brought up to today.

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

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Read About the Postman (1966)

A history of the post office and the people who make it work.

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

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Red Head (1951)

Fritz had hair of a beautiful red,
Not auburn, or ginger, or sandy, but red.

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

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Robin Hood and His Merry Outlaws (1946)

Robin Hood and his merry men make life difficult for the Sheriff of Nottingham.

Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): J. Walker McSpadden
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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Round Trip Space Ship (1968)

Eddie’s friend Marty takes him on a trip to Marty’s home planet of Martinea.

Read online at archive.org.

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

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Rufus M. (1943)

In this volume of the history of the Moffat family, Rufus, the youngest sets out to make the family fortune.

Read online at archive.org.

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

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Sarah Somebody (1969)

In Poland, around 1900, a little girl learns to read and write.

Read online at archive.org.

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

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The Saucepan Journey (1951)

The Larsson family takes to the road in a caravan drawn by two percherons to sell Papa’s whistling sauce pan.

Read online at archive.org.

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

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Sculpture Principles and Practice (1949)

Practical instruction for the budding sculptor.

Read online at archive.org.

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

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The Seaweed Hat (1947)

Patty joins the captain for a tour of the bottom of the sea, protected by her seaweed hat.

Read online at archive.org.

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

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The Shoes Fit for a King (1956)

The shoes are impatient to see the King so they run off to the palace with ruinous results. But all ends well.

Author(s): Helen E. Bill
Illustrator(s): Louis Slobodkin

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Small but Wiry (1963)

A selection from The Middle Moffat.

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

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The Space Ship in the Park (1972)

Marty from Martinea is back and takes Eddie and his friend Willie to visit the planet on the back side of the moon.

Read online at archive.org.

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

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The Space Ship Returns to the Apple Tree (1958)

Eddie tours the United States with his friend Marty from Martinea in his new space ship.

Read online at archive.org.

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

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