Eliza Wheeler

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Eliza Wheeler
Born December 21, 1982
Duluth, Minnesota
Occupation Illustrator, Writer
Nationality American
Genre Children's picture books, Illustration

Eliza Wheeler is an American author-illustrator of Miss Maple Seeds (Penguin), which debuted on the New York Times Bestseller list, and the illustrator of Holly Black's 2014 Newbery Medal Honor Book Doll Bones (McElderry Books), Alison McGhee's 'Tell Me A Tattoo Story', Pat Zietlow-Miller's 'Wherever You Go', and Mara Rockliff's The Grudge Keeper (Peachtree). She lives in Los Angeles, California.[1]

Works List[edit]

Writer and illustrator
  • The Left-Handed Fate, by Kate Milford, (Aug 2016), ISBN 9780805098006
  • Cody and the Fountain of Happiness, by Tricia Springstubb (Candlewick, Apr 2015), ISBN 9780763658571
  • Wherever You Go, by Pat Zietlow Miller (Little, Brown, Apr 2015), ISBN 9780316400022
  • The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place series by Maryrose Wood (Balzer + Bray)
  • Spirit's Key, by Edith Cohn (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Sep 2014), ISBN 9780374300111
  • The Grudge Keeper, by Mara Rockliff (Peachtree, Apr 2014), ISBN 9781561457298
  • The Desperate Adventures of Zeno and Alya, by Jane Kelley (Feiwel & Friends, Oct 2013), ISBN 9781250023483
  • Doll Bones, by Holly Black (Margaret K. McElderry, May 2013), ISBN 9781416963981
  • What Does It Mean to be Present?, by Rana DiOrio (Little Pickle, Jul 2010), ISBN 9780984080687

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Eliza Wheeler". Goodreads. Retrieved 9 June 2018.