Introduction
Wanda Hazel Gág (March 11, 1893–June 27, 1946) was an American artist, author, translator, and illustrator. She is best known for writing and illustrating the children's book Millions of Cats, the oldest American picture book still in print. Gág was also a noted printmaker, receiving international recognition and awards. Growing Pains, a book of excerpts from the diaries of her teen and young adult years, received widespread critical acclaim. Her books were awarded Newbery Honors and Caldecott Honors.
Wikidata
Q1012900
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Introduction
American artist best known for her 1928 children's book, "Millions of Cats."
Nationality
American
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Illustrator, Painter
Names
Wanda Gág, Wanda Hazel Gag
Ulan
500107586
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