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Emily Arnold McCully is the same person as Emily Arnold. Under the name Emily Arnold, she wrote two novels - A Craving and Life Drawing. Afterward publishing these two novels she began writing and illustrating books for children.

Mirette on the High Wire 2,347 copies, 97 reviews
Beautiful Warrior 206 copies, 13 reviews
Monk Camps Out 200 copies
An Outlaw Thanksgiving 198 copies, 5 reviews
School 195 copies, 9 reviews
The Bobbin Girl 181 copies, 18 reviews
First Snow 144 copies, 3 reviews
The Pirate Queen 111 copies, 6 reviews
Starring Mirette and Bellini 106 copies, 2 reviews
The Orphan Singer 100 copies, 8 reviews
Picnic 97 copies, 5 reviews
Mouse Practice 89 copies, 2 reviews
Squirrel and John Muir 85 copies, 6 reviews
Caroline's Comets: A True Story 73 copies, 12 reviews
Four Hungry Kittens 48 copies, 9 reviews
The evil spell 43 copies, 1 review
Late Nate (I Like to Read) 41 copies, 2 reviews
Amazing Felix 35 copies, 2 reviews
Crossing the New Bridge 35 copies, 1 review
Ten Go Tango (Illustrator) 32 copies, 5 reviews
Popcorn at the Palace 31 copies, 5 reviews
New baby 30 copies, 1 review
My Real Family 25 copies, 1 review
Speak Up, Blanche! 13 copies, 3 reviews
Zaza's big break 10 copies, 1 review
Life Drawing 5 copies
Craving, A 3 copies, 1 review
If You Grew Up with George Washington (Illustrator, some editions) 978 copies, 4 reviews
Pizza Party (Illustrator) 969 copies, 10 reviews
Black Is Brown Is Tan (Illustrator) 522 copies, 60 reviews
Pippi on the Run (Illustrator) 342 copies
Our White House: Looking In, Looking Out (Contributor) 275 copies, 7 reviews
The Boston Coffee Party (I Can Read Book 3) (Illustrator) 260 copies, 7 reviews
That's What Leprechauns Do (Illustrator) 234 copies, 7 reviews
The Bed Book (Illustrator, some editions) 207 copies, 4 reviews
Lulu Goes to Witch School (Illustrator) 197 copies, 5 reviews
Violet Comes to Stay (Illustrator) 191 copies, 1 review
Journey from Peppermint Street (Illustrator) 170 copies, 2 reviews
Leo the Magnificat (Illustrator, some editions) 135 copies, 4 reviews
Double Spell (Illustrator) 116 copies, 4 reviews
Ballerina Swan (Illustrator) 90 copies, 9 reviews
Sing a Song of Piglets: A Calendar in Verse (Illustrator) 89 copies, 9 reviews
The Divide (Illustrator) 89 copies, 2 reviews
Violet Goes to the Country (Illustrator) 86 copies, 2 reviews
Maxie (Illustrator) 74 copies
The Mouse and the Elephant (Illustrator) 68 copies
Ballywhinney Girl (Illustrator) 54 copies, 10 reviews
The Twenty-Elephant Restaurant (Illustrator, some editions) 50 copies, 2 reviews
Her Majesty, Grace Jones (Illustrator) 48 copies, 2 reviews
Lulu and the Witch Baby (Illustrator) 46 copies, 6 reviews
Old Home Day (Illustrator) 45 copies, 1 review
Katie's Wish (some editions) 43 copies, 1 review
The Banshee (Illustrator) 41 copies, 9 reviews
Annie Flies The Birthday Bike (Illustrator) 34 copies, 1 review
1, 2, I Love You (Illustrator) 26 copies, 5 reviews
I and Sproggy (Illustrator) 22 copies, 1 review
Hurry! (Illustrator) 22 copies, 1 review
Meatball (Illustrator) 17 copies, 3 reviews
Molly Goes Hiking (Illustrator) 15 copies
Alice and the boa constrictor (Illustrator, some editions) 12 copies
Fourth of July (Illustrator) 9 copies, 1 review
My Street's a Morning Cool Street (Illustrator) 7 copies
The April Fool (Illustrator, some editions) 5 copies
Wigilia Pełna Duchów (Contributor) 3 copies
Finding out with your senses. (Illustrator) 3 copies

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Emily Arnold was born in Galesburg, Illinois, and moved with her family to Long Island when she was five. She started to draw at about age three or four, around the same time she learned to read. At Brown University, she helped write a musical comedy and acted in plays. After graduation, she worked at an advertising agency in New York City and earned a master's degree in art history from Columbia University. In 1976, she published a short story in The Massachusetts Review, whch was followed by two novels, A Craving (1982) and Life Drawing (1986). She then began illustrating and later writing children's books. She won the 1993 Caldecott Medal for Mirette on the High Wire. In 2012, she illustrated Ballerina Swan, written by legendary New York City Ballet ballerina Allegra Kent. She has performed as an actress at Capital Rep in Albany and at The Vineyard Theater in New York City.
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Emily Arnold McCully is the same person as Emily Arnold. Under the name Emily Arnold, she wrote two novels - A Craving and Life Drawing. Afterward publishing these two novels she began writing and illustrating books for children.

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