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Becca Stadtlander

Becca Stadtlander is an illustrator and fine artist, inspired by the beauty of everyday objects, the comforts of home, and the lush colors and landscapes of far off places.

She graduated from Maryland Institute College of Art in 2010 and currently lives and works in her hometown of Covington, Kentucky. Her work is featured in children’s and adult books, editorial publications, stationery, home decor products, and book covers.

Becca Stadtlander is represented by Anne Moore Armstrong — to work with Becca please email Anne


Stadtlander’s painterly gouache illustrations help bring rural eighteenth-century England to life for young readers. Her spreads favor blue hues, particularly for the skies, with earth tones and sunny yellows brightening the bucolic scenes. Snippets of Taylor’s poetry are integrated into the illustrations, with the artwork geared to the quoted text. Appended with a fuller biography of Taylor, sources, a time line, music, and the complete poem itself, this is an engaging introduction to this Romantic-era poet. — Kay Weisman

“Wow! This cross-cultural cipher is a feast for the eyes and a challenge for the mind.” — Kirkus Reviews, starred review for ‘Look! What Do You See?’

“Calming, lullabylike charm.” — Selected for the best picture books of 2016 for the School Library Journal for ‘Sleep Tight Farm’


A beautiful, one-of-a-kind volume invites readers to marvel at the time, effort, and care that went into creating handmade toys, tools, and treasures of the past.

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A double nominated for the Carnegie Medal in the CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Awards 2018, for ‘Cogheart’ written by Peter Bunzl with cover artwork by Becca.

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