Natasha Wing has published 46 children’s books and is the bestselling author of The Night Before Kindergarten, one book in the wildly popular series based on “The Night Before Christmas.” Her picture book biography, An Eye for Color: The Story of Josef Albers, was chosen as a Junior Library Guild Selection, received two starred reviews, was awarded a Eureka! Silver Honor for Nonfiction, and is an ALA Notable. When Jackie Saved Grand Central received two starred reviews and won the Colorado Authors' League Award for Juvenile Nonfiction. Wing lives in Fort Collins, Colorado, with her husband, Dan, and cat, Purrsia. Grace Habib graduated from Columbus College of Art & Design with a BFA in illustration. She started working at a greeting card company as a kids’ card designer. Soon after, she found her passion as a children’s illustrator. When she’s not illustrating children’s books, she enjoys visiting nature parks, local bakeries, and coffee shops. She lives in Cleveland, Ohio, with two dachshunds named Olive and Copper. Learn more about her at gracehabib.com.