The Little Island Illustrated by Leonard Weisgard

Leonard Joseph Weisgard (1916-2000) was an American author and illustrator of more than 200 children's books. He is well known for his collaborations with author Margaret Wise Brown.  Weisgard's recognizable illustration style has great appeal. Weisgard was awarded the Caldecott for his illustrations for The Little Island by Margaret Wise Brown. The Little Island uses the author name of Golden MacDonald, but I believe this was one of Brown's pseudo names. Leonard Weisgard illustrated so many books, I am listing books he illustrated from 1965 on. The websites for Weisgard and Brown are very nice, I would encourage you to take a look at them.

The Little Island
by Golden MacDonald
Illustrations by Leonard Weisgard
Doubleday and Company, 1946

Books Illustrated by Leonard Weisgard 

Johanna Johnston, Whale’s Way, Doubleday, 1965.

Clyde Robert Bulla, White Bird, Crowell, 1966.

Vivian Laubach Thompson, editor, Hawaiian Myths of Earth, Sea, and Sky, Holiday House, 1966.

Francis Burnett, The Lost Prince, Lippincott, 1967.

Mary L. Ellis, Jesus Christ, Son of God, John Knox, 1967.

Jean Todd Freeman, Cynthia and the Unicorn, Norton, 1967.

Berniece Freschet, The Little Woodcock, Scribner, 1967.

Phyllis McGinley, A Wreath of Christmas Legends, Macmillan, 1967.

Doris Johnson, Su An, Follett, 1968.

Doris Orgel, On the Sand Dune, Harper, 1968.

Mary Perrine, Salt Boy, Houghton, 1968.

Mary K. Phelan, Midnight Alarm: The Story of Paul Revere’s Ride, Crowell, 1968.

May Garelick, Look at the Moon, W. R. Scott, 1969.

May Garelick, What Makes a Bird a Bird?, Follett, 1969.

Judith Masefield, Shepherdess of France: Remembrances of Jeanne d ‘Arc, Coward, 1969.

Sandol S. Warburg, Growing Time, Houghton, 1969.

Scott O’Dell, Journey to Jericho, Houghton, 1969.

Rose Wyler and Gerald Ames, How Things Began (includes First Days of the World and The First People in the World), Blackie & Son, 1969.

Rudyard Kipling, The Elephant’s Child, Walker & Co., 1970.

Mary Perrine, Nannabah’s Friend, Houghton, 1970.

Mark Twain, Tom Sawyer, American Education Publications, 1970.

Irma S. Black, Dr. Proctor and Mrs. Merriwether, Albert Whitman, 1971.

Konstantin Paustovsky, The Magic Ringlet, Addison­Wesley, 1971.

Jean Slaughter, And It Came to Pass, Macmillan, 1971.

Charlotte Zolotow, Wake Up and Good Night, Harper, 1971.

Nancy Jewell, Try and Catch Me, Harper, 1972.

Rudyard Kipling, How the Leopard Got His Spots, Walker & Co., 1972.

Nancy Jewell, Calf Goodnight, Harper, 1973.

Jane Belk Moncure, Try on a Shoe, Child’s World, 1973.

Rudyard Kipling, How the Rhinocerous Got His Skin, Walker & Co., 1974.

Jan Wahl, The Golden Christmas Tree, Western Publishing, 1988.

Margaret Wise Brown, The Golden Birthday Book, Western Publishing, 1989.

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