Marla Frazee papers,
1 box (0.20 cubic feet)
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This collection consists of one original
Minnesota. Children's Literature Research Collections.
Access and Use
Gift of the Kerlan Friends, purchased from the American Booksellers
Foundation For Free Expression (ABFEE) auction in May 2014.
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Marla Frazee papers, Children's Literature Research Collection,
University of Minnesota Libraries, Minneapolis.
Publications are arranged alphabetically by title.
Born on January 16, 1958, in Los Angeles, California, Marla Frazee
grew up in Glendale, California. She attended the Art Center College of Design
in Los Angeles, graduating with a bachelors of fine arts in 1981. While in
school she meet photographer Tim Bradley, whom she married in 1986; they moved
to Pasadena, California and have raised three sons. After graduation, Frazee
did toy design with companies like Parker Brothers and Mattell, while sending
illustration work to various publishers. The first book Frazee illustrated was
World-Famous Murial and the Magic Mystery ,
published in 1990 by Sue Alexander. Frazee gained wider acclaim with the
publishing of The Seven Silly Eaters in 1997,
which was written by Mary Ann Hoberman. She has published as both author and
illustrator on a number of well-received titles throughout her career. Frazee
has won two Caldecott Honors, first for A Couple of Boys
Have the Best Week Ever in 2008, and then with All The
World in 2009. Her official website can be found at marlafrazee.com.
Collection Scope and Content Note
This collection consists of one illustration from the 2013 publication
Clementine and the Spring Trip , written by Sara
Pennypacker and illustrated by Marla Frazee.
- This collection is indexed under the following headings in the catalog
of the University of Minnesota Libraries. Researchers desiring materials about
related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these
- Frazee, Marla
- Pennypacker, Sara
Clementine and the Spring
Drawing, pencil on paper; cover sketch, undated
( 1 item ) Box 1 , Folder 1