Elizabeth Dulemba was beamed to this planet with a pencil in her hand. Once she stopped chewing on it she began to draw and write stories for children. She is now an award-winning illustrator for "Highlights Magazine" and of several picture books including the bilingual Paco and the Giant Chile Plant, which won a Moonbeam Children's Book Award Bronze Medal.
She illustrated Glitter Girl and the Crazy Cheese, The Prince's Diary, and three books in the ParentSmart KidHappy™ series. Her latest picture book is The 12 Days of Christmas in Georgia for Sterling Publishers.
Along with creating picture books, Elizabeth is highly active in the writing community. She is the Illustrators' Coordinator for the Southern chapter of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators; she is on the board for the Georgia Center for the Book; she speaks regularly at schools, conferences and events and teaches Creating Picture Books at the John C. Campbell Folk School. Her first picture book as both illustrator and author is Soap, Soap, Soap ~ Jabón, Jabón, Jabón!
For more information, including free coloring pages, visit dulemba.com.