Nicholas Mordvinoff

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Nicolas Mordvinoff (September 27, 1911-1973) was a Russian-born American artist who won the 1952 Caldecott Medal for U.S. picture book illustration, recognizing Finders Keepers, by William Lipkind.[1] The collaborators used the pseudonym Nicolas and Will.

One earlier work was William Standish Stone, Pépé was the saddest bird, Knopf, 1944

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  1. ^ Cullinan & Person; Bernice E. Cullinan; Diane Goetz Person (2005). The Continuum Encyclopedia of Children's Literature. Continuum International Publishing Group. p. 260. ISBN 0-8264-1778-7.