Camilla Gryski

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Camilla Gryski (born: Bristol, England)[1] is a Canadian librarian and string figure enthusiast. She has a degree in English, an M.L.S., an M.Ed, and a Montessori Primary Teaching Certificate.[1] She worked in Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children as a Therapeutic Clown.[1][2]


  • C.L.A. Notable Non-Fiction for Children, 1996.
  • Information Book Award Honour Book for Let's Play, 1996.
  • Information Book Award for Hands On, Thumbs Up, 1991.
  • ALA Notable Book for Cat's Cradle, Owl's Eyes, 1984.


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