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Josée Bisaillon combines collage, drawing, and digital montage to create richly detailed, colorful illustrations that are full of life. She has illustrated numerous novels, a multitude of print articles, and more than 20 children’s books. Josée has won many awards for her work, including Applied Arts, American Illustration, and Society of Illustrators New York. She was also shortlisted for the prestigious Governor General’s Literary Award in 2008 for The Emperor’s Second-Hand Clothes, written by Anne Millyard, and in 2010 for Le Funambule, written by Marie-Danielle Croteau. Her illustrations have appeared in The Globe & Mail, L’actualité, Harvard Magazine, Reader’s Digest, and The Wall Street Journal Asia Edition. Visit her website to learn more about her work.