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Harry Bliss


Harry Bliss

Harry Bliss is a cartoonist and cover artist for The New Yorker. He grew up in upstate New York and studied painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, received a BFA in illustration from the University of the Arts, and earned his masters from Syracuse University. He lives in Vermont. 

Harry Bliss

Books by Harry Bliss

Written by Jeanne Birdsall with illustrations by Harry Bliss - Children's 3-7, Fiction, Picture

Things to know about sheep: Sheep live outside. Sheep have wool. Sheep will not learn to ride a skateboard. Sheep will not climb a tree. Sheep will come into the house...but this will get you into trouble. Seventeen sheep plus one Gus means that life is never dull on the farm! A hilarious picture book from New York Times bestselling author of The Penderwicks Jeanne Birdsall and New York Times bestselling illustrator Harry Bliss about one child's outrageous school essay on his "pet" sheep.

written by Alison McGhee, illustrated by Harry Bliss - Holiday, Picture

It’s Halloween night, and one very brave witch has decided to teach her little sister all about humans and what they enjoy, including some yucky stuff called “candy.” But when it seems the little Witchling thinks candy is yum, her big sister flies off to set her straight—and then she gets stuck in a tree! Good thing the little Witchling isn’t afraid to be brave!