Françoise Mouly

Toon Books

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Art Editor of the New Yorker and Editor of Toon Books; wife of Art Spiegelman and mother of Nadja Spiegelman

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Françoise Mouly, Ian Falconer, and Neil Gaiman: Kid’s Books

What makes a good kid’s book?

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Art Spiegelman and Francoise Mouly

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Francoise Mouly

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