Jabar, Cynthia (1958 - )

Genre: Children's Literature, Illustrator

Children's book illustrator Cynthia Jabar divides her time between Peaks Island ME and New York City. She previously lived in Iowa City, IA.

Selected Bibliography

Illustrated for Children

  • How Many, How Many, How Many by Rick Walton (1993)
  • A Koala for Katie: An Adoption Story by Jonathan London (1993)
  • Good Morning, Pond by Alyssa Satin Capucilli (1994)
  • No Hickory No Dickory No Dock: Caribbean Nursery Rhymes by John Agard and Grace Nichols (1995)
  • Rain Song by Lezlie Evans (1995)
  • The Frog Who Wanted to Be a Singer by Linda Goss (1996)
  • Snow Dance by Lezlie Evans (1997)
  • Won't You Come and Play with Me? by Mary Lee Donovan (1998)
  • The Greatest Gymnast of All: Opposites (MathStart 1) by Stuart J. Murphy (1998)
  • Daddies Are for Catching Fireflies (Lift-the-Flap) by Harriet Ziefert (1999)
  • Mommies are for Counting Stars (Lift-the-Flap) by Harriet Ziefert (1999)
  • The Sound of Day, the Sound of Night by Mary O'Neill (1999)
  • Game Time! (MathStart 3) (2000)
  • Kittens by Don L. Curry (2000)
  • Sylvia's Garage by Debra Lee (2001)
  • The Big Meow by Elizabeth Spires (2002)
  • A Nap for Zap (2002; by Kama Einhorn)
  • The Sundae Scoop (MathStart 2)by Stuart J. Murphy (2003)
  • The Scrubbly-Bubbly Car Wash by Irene O'Garden (2003)
  • Tally O'Malley (MathStart 2) by Stuart J. Murphy (2004)
  • Grace for an Island Meal by Rachel Field (2006)
  • One Frog Sang by Shirley Parenteau (2007)
  • I Love the New Baby at Our House...Most of the Time by Leslie Kimmelman (June 2009)

Illustrated for Older Children

  • The Girls' Guide to Life: How to Take Charge of the Issues that Affect You by Catherine Dee (1997)

Written and Illustrated

  • Party Day! A Birthday Counting Book (1987)
  • Alice Ann Gets Ready for School (1989
  • Bored Blue? Think What You Can Do! (1991)
  • Shimmyshake Earthquake: Don't Forget to Dance Poems (1992)
  • Wow! It Sure is Good to Be You! (2006)