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K.G. Campbell


K.G. Campbell

Keith G. Campbell was born in Kenya, but raised and educated in Scotland.

He graduated with a Master’s degree in Art History from the University of Edinburgh.
After trying on several careers, Keith eventually returned to his early passion of writing and illustrating stories. He is now a full-time author/illustrator and lives in California.

Books by K.G. Campbell

written by Kate DiCamillo with illustrations by K.G. Campbell - Children's, Children's 8-12, Fiction, Humor

It begins with a tragic accident that has unexpected consequences. The squirrel never saw the vacuum cleaner coming, but self-described cynic Flora Belle Buckman is the just the right person to step in and save him. What neither can predict is that Ulysses (the squirrel) has been born anew, with powers of strength, flight and misspelled poetry --- and that Flora will be changed too.

Written by Dave Keane with illustrations by K.G. Campbell - Children's 5-8, Fiction, Friendship, Picture

When the spunky, loveable narrator receives a tortoise for her birthday, instead of the cuddly puppy she’s longed for her entire life, she’s more than a little disappointed.  But while her new lump of a pet isn’t what she dreamed of, it doesn’t take long --- between tortoise-on-skateboard walks, sparkly shell makeovers and a lemonade stand selling chances to hold a real life tortoise --- for the little girl to change her mind --- sort of.  But when her pet goes missing, all she wants is to be reunited with her new best friend.

by K.G. Campbell - Children's 4-6, Comic Books, Humor, Superhero
Dylan’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Snivels, have always told him that he is the very best and cleverest super-villain in the whole wide world. And Dylan’s confident that it’s true --- until he starts school and meets Addison Van Malice. Sure, Dylan’s costume is scary. But Addison Van Malice’s is bone-chilling. And yes, Dylan’s laugh is crazy. But Addison Van Malice’s is bananas. And Dylan’s inventions are certainly super-villainous. But Addison Van Malice’s are demonic! When their teacher, Ms. Ick, announces a Diabolical Robot Building Contest, Dylan sees his opportunity to prove that he really is the most evil villain of all. But Addison’s not giving in without a fight. And so begins a competition of skill and wits that doesn’t go the way anyone expected.