Contributor biographical information for It's the 100th day, Stinky Face! / by Lisa McCourt ; illustrated by Cyd Moore.


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Lisa Mccourt

“When I was a baby, I didn't write much. Maybe on the walls, or in the sandbox, but no one would have guessed then that I'd do it for a living one day. I worked for children's book publishers for ten years before starting my own book packaging company, Boingo Books. Being a book packager was great, but I like being a regular author more.” Lisa McCourt’s books include the Stinky Face books, and Good Night, Princess Pruney Toes. She lives with her family in Boca Raton, Florida.

Cyd Moore

Cyd Moore began training for a career in children's books as a small child in southern Georgia. She says Dr. Seuss was her first art teacher. After getting a BFA from the University of Georgia with a concentration on graphic design, Cyd worked in television, newspaper publishing, and advertising. Her work in children's books, including Alice and Greta, I Love You, Stinky Face, and Good Night, Princess Pruney Toes remains her most favorite job of all. Cyd Moore currently lives in Beverly Hills, Michigan with her family.

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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Mother and child -- Fiction.
Questions and answers -- Fiction.
Hundredth Day of School -- Fiction.