Doris Ettlinger has been a professional illustrator since graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design and later, the University of Wisconsin – Madison. She has produced over 30 children’s books, beginning with many titles in the HarperCollins LITTLE HOUSE program, illustrating the stories of Laura Ingalls Wilder.
Just released by Sleeping Bear Press, A BOOK FOR BLACK-EYED SUSAN, by Judy Young. Other recent titles include, THE ORANGE SHOES by Trina Hakes Noble, selected for the 2008 IRA Teachers’ Choices List in the Primary Category, as well as 8 state reading association nominations, including the Charlotte Award for New York State;G IS FOR GARDEN STATE: A NEW JERSEY ALPHABET, by Eileen Cameron, chosen by the NJ Center for the Book to represent the state at the 2005 National Book Festival; ABE LINCOLN LOVED ANIMALS by Ellen Jackson; and PILGRIM CAT by Carol Peacock. Her next book for Sleeping Bear Press will be released in Spring 2011.
Doris also illustrates for AMERICAN GIRL.
She lives with her husband, Michael McFadden, in a 150-year-old gristmill on the banks of the Musconetcong River in Warren County, NJ, where she has her studio and raised their two children, Ivy and Benjamin.
Member since 1996
Region: New Jersey
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