Nina Crews has written and illustrated many energetic stories for young children including One Hot Summer Day, The Neighborhood Mother Goose and Below. She uses photographs and photo collages to create distinctive illustrations. Her work has been recognized by the ALA Notable Committee, NCTE, Cooperative Children’s Book Council, Junior Library Guild, and Bank Street College of Education. Her latest book is Seeing Into Tomorrow: Haiku by Richard Wright. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband and son. www.ninacrews.com
3 Fun Facts
1. My favorite color is every color.
2. I eat pizza for dinner almost every Friday.
3. Many photographs in my most recent book were taken in Columbia County.