Meet The Creators


is a lifelong inhabitant of Earth, a frequent Moon gazer, an admirer of Sun (thanks to SPF 55), and the author of over twenty books for children, including 2017 Ezra Jack Keats New Writer Honor book Excellent Ed. As a child, Stacy dreamed of being an astronaut and still hopes to visit Space Camp someday. She lives on Earth in North Carolina with her husband, three kids, and three dogs.


is an illustrator of children’s books, including Miss Muffet, or What Came After by Marilyn Singer, and the creator of the award-winning picture book The Bear and the Piano. He lives on Earth in the UK. He has also illustrated a number of picture books for authors such as Ross Montgomery, Andy Stanton and Sally Lloyd-Jones as well as book covers for David Almond, Kate Dicamillo, Neil Patrick Harris and many more.


spent four years working in animation and now creates art and illustrates children’s books, including Sun! One in a Billion, written by Stacy McAnulty, and Lost in the Library, written by Josh Funk. Stevie lives on the road, furthering her passion for climbing, art, and the outdoors. She gathers inspiration from a variety of places, be it climbing in the high desert in central Oregon, hiking in the wilderness of Alaska, or sharing laughs with fellow travelers around a campfire.


is a life-sustaining planet and the home of over seven billion humans. She has five named oceans, several tectonic plates, and countless species of plants and animals. Earth is thankful to Stacy McAnulty and David Litchfield for their small part in creating her book. Earth lives and works in the Milky Way with Moon.


is a yellow dwarf star and a huge space lover. The center of the solar system, he’s surrounded by eight planets, the Kuiper Belt, the Oort Cloud, and numerous dwarf planets (including Pluto). This is Sun’s first book for children.


is a natural satellite (and friend) of Earth. She spends her days revolving and rotating. Moon could not have completed this book without the generous support of Stacy McAnulty for her words, Stevie Lewis for her art, and Sun for his gravity. Moon has starred in nursery rhymes, songs, stories, and myths, but this is the first book she has authored for children.


is the largest body of water on earth and one important dude. He provides a home to millions of plants and animals, plays a vital role in oxygen production, and is essential for global climate regulation. Ocean enjoyed working on his autobiography with Stacy McAnulty and David Litchfield, and would like to work with all humans to create a healthy planet.


The fourth rock from Sun, Mars is a planet just waiting for human visitors. He has two moons, frozen ice caps, and magnificent scenery. Mars appreciates Stacy McAnulty’s assistance in writing this book, and Stevie Lewis’s help with the out-of-this-world art. Mars resides in the solar system. To find out more about Mars, you should become an astronaut.


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