Ingri and Edgar Parin D'Aulaire
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- D'Aulaires' Book of Greek Myths 3,174 copies, 86 reviews
- D'Aulaires' Book of Norse Myths 1,037 copies, 29 reviews
- Abraham Lincoln 908 copies, 26 reviews
- Columbus 823 copies, 5 reviews
- Leif the Lucky 763 copies, 4 reviews
- George Washington 723 copies, 3 reviews
- Benjamin Franklin 721 copies, 2 reviews
- Pocahontas 669 copies, 4 reviews
- Buffalo Bill 443 copies
- D'Aulaires' Book of Trolls 266 copies, 11 reviews
- Children of the Northlights 75 copies, 1 review
- The Star Spangled Banner 68 copies, 1 review
- The Terrible Troll-Bird 61 copies, 3 reviews
- Ola 58 copies, 1 review
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Ingri d'Aulaire (1904-1980) was an American children's artist and illustrator, who worked in collaboration with her husband and fellow artist, Edgar Parin d'Aulaire. Born Ingri Mortenson in Kongsburg, Norway, she studied art in Norway, Germany and France, and met Edgar Parin d'Aulaire when she was a student in Munich. They married in 1925, and immigrated to the USA shortly thereafter, settling in Brooklyn in 1929. After pursuing separate careers initially, the couple turned to illustrating children's books together, releasing their first collaborative effort, The Magic Rug, in 1931. They settled in Wilton, Connecticut in 1941, and lived there until their deaths in the 1980s. Awarded the 1940 Caldecott Medal for their picture-book biography of Abraham Lincoln, the d'Aulaires published other children's biographies, as well as some notable works on Greek and Norse mythology. (source: Wikipedia)
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