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For  my newly published biography, THE CAT ARTIST~The Story of Clare Turlay NewberryYou can actually look inside the book at the Amazon.com site.

And the NEW EDITION OF PANDORA is now available in paperback and in hardcover, receiving wonderful reviews (see PANDORA page below) 

Please remember that all artwork by Clare T. Newberry is copywritten. Please consult us if you wish to use any of these images.

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  • THE CAT ARTIST ~ The Story of Clare Turlay Newberry

    THE CAT ARTIST ~ The Story of Clare Turlay Newberry, release date August 2015 Clare Turlay Newberry created scores o...
  • THE CAT ARTIST’S DAUGHTER

    In this sequel to her mother’s biography, THE CAT ARTIST, which follows Newberry’s rise to international...
  • HERBERT THE LION (1931, 1939, 1956)

    (1931, 1939, 1956). As a Paris art student, Clare wrote and illustrated her first book, HERBERT THE LION and sent it...
  • MITTENS (1936)

      The next Newberry best seller was MITTENS, reviewed as one of the top fifty children’s books published ...
  • BABETTE (1937)

    BABETTE quickly followed, with Japanese brush drawings of a Siamese kitten in sepia wash. The handset type by Golden...
  • COUSIN TOBY (1939)

    COUSIN TOBY (1939) PORTRAYED CHILDREN and showed Clare ‘s rare ability to draw one of the most challenging sub...
  • BARKIS (1938)

    BARKIS (1938) CO-STARRED STEPHEN, then ten years old, and garnered wonderful reviews. It was risky for Clare to draw...
  • DRAWING A CAT (1940)

    DRAWING A CAT (1940) drew the world’s attention and articles and reviews about the book appeared not only in the Uni...
  • APRIL’S KITTENS (1940)

    APRIL’S KITTENS (1940), CLARE’S FIRST CALDECOTT, was published and has been in print ever since. The heroine, April,...
  • LAMBERT’S BARGAIN (1941)

    LAMBERT’S BARGAIN (1941), about the disparaging hyena, was drawn in a new style altogether. Not satisfied to b...
  • MARSHMALLOW (1942)

    MARSHMALLOW (1942), with a bunny and a bachelor cat, garnered Clare’s next Caldecott Honors. Barbara Scott Fisher in...
  • CATS, A PORTFOLIO (1943)

    CATS, a deluxe portfolio (1943), was published by Harper in a rare response to Clare’s popularity. Her famous illust...
  • PANDORA (1944) New Edition 2015!

    PANDORA (1944), published in 1944, was done in yet another new medium Newberry developed to make cats come so alive ...
  • SMUDGE (1948)

    SMUDGE (1948) was drawn by my mother while she was pregnant with me at age 45. She had found a book, SEE WITHOUT GLA...
  • T-BONE THE BABYSITTER (1950)

    T-BONE THE BABYSITTER (1950), my first cat. “T-BONE THE BABYSITTER — Mrs. Newberry has used her own baby daughter an...
  • PERCY, POLLY AND PETE (1952)

    PERCY, POLLY AND PETE (1952) was written in Mexico City, where my father was attending Mexico City College and getti...
  • ICE CREAM FOR TWO (1953)

    ICE CREAM FOR TWO (1953) introduced me to my big brother who was 21 years older than I. When I was five years old, I...
  • CATS AND KITTENS (1956), A PORTFOLIO OF DRAWINGS

    CATS AND KITTENS (1956),  was another treasured portfolio. Amidst completing WIDGET, re-illustrating HERBERT THE LIO...
  • FROSTY (1961) A Girl and her Wolf

    FROSTY (1961): A Girl and her Wolf. My Mom’s next book was FROSTY, another mostly true tale about our adoption of a1...
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