Books and Magazines Illustrated by Kathleen Kemly:

Molly, by Golly!
2012 by Dianne Ochiltree (Calkins Creek)
Molly, by Golly!

Good news about Molly, by Golly!

NLA/NEMA/MPLA Best New Children's Books of 2012 List

Kirkus Reviews: August 1, 2012
"Faces are broad and full of emotion, with Molly's strong brown face showing every nuance of determination and courage."

Booklist: October 15, 2012
"Kemly's richly colored double-page illustrations are filled with energy and action and extend the information about early-nineteenth-century life, especially techniques for fighting fires."

School Library Journal: October 2012
"Vibrant watercolor illustrations are filled with historical details; windmills, butter churns, cobblestoned streets, wooden houses with thatched roofs, and weather vanes capture the "small town" community in which everyone pitches in to avert crisis."

Publishers Weekly: August 20, 2012
"Kemly's snow-streaked illustrations show Molly as a woman of determination and strength, and a sense of both danger and heroism radiates from the story."

Good Reads with Ronna: August 7, 2012
"You will thoroughly enjoy the superb, vivid illustrations by artist Kathleen Kemly, who studied old fire equipment at the NY City Fire Museum before beginning her work."

Benjamin Brown and the Great Steamboat Race
2011 by Shirley Jordan (Millbrook Press)
A Mother's Song
2010 by Janet Lawler (Sterling Publishing Co.)
Benjamin Brown and the Great Steamboat Race A Mother's Song
You Can't Do That, Amelia!
2008 by Kimberly Wagner Klier (Calkins Creek)
Golden Delicious: A Cinderella Apple Story
2008 by Anna Egan Smucker (Albert Whitman & Co.)
You Can't Do That, Amelia! Golden Delicious: A Cinderella Apple Story
Shannon and the World’s Tallest Leprechaun
2008 by Sean Callahan (Albert Whitman & Co.)
A Fishing Surprise
2007 by Rae A. McDonald (NorthWord Books)
Shannon and the World’s Tallest Leprechaun A Fishing Surprise
God Made It for You!
2007 by Charles Lehmann (Concordia Publishing House)
What Do You See When You See Me?
2002 by Jeannie St. John Taylor (Cook Communications)
God Made It for You! What Do You See When You See Me?

Also Illustrated by Kathleen Kemly:

Woodkins — Kelly’s Great Day by Dawn Bentley (Hand Print Books) 2005

Kathleen has also created illustrations for leading magazines including:

  • Highlights
  • High Five
  • Ladybug
  • Babybug

Other clients include:

  • Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  • Macmillan / McGraw-Hill
  • Mondo Publishing
  • Morgan-Cain & Associates
  • Quarasan
  • Sterling Children's Books
  • Sundance Publishers
  • The Wright Group

 

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