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About Nancy Tillman
Nancy's books are published by Feiwel and Friends, an imprint of Macmillan. Thus far five of her books have been New York Times bestsellers.
Nancy lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband, a pug and a Swiss Mountain Dog. She'd have a giraffe if she could, but her husband won't let her.
On the Night You Were Born, 2005 New York Times Bestseller.
It's Time to Sleep, My Love (with Eric Metaxas) 2008
The Spirit of Christmas, 2009
Wherever You Are, My Love will Find You, 2010. New York Times Bestseller
Tumford the Terrible, 2011
The Crown on Your Head, 2011 New York Times Bestseller
Tumford's Rude Noises, 2012
Let There Be Light (with Desmond Tutu) 2013
I'd Know You Anywhere, My Love, 2013 New York Times Bestseller
The Heaven of Animals, 2014
You're Here for a Reason, 2015 New York Times Bestseller
You and Me and the Wishing Tree, 2016
You're All Kinds of Wonderful, 2018
I Knew You Could Do It!, 2019
Because You're Mine, 2020
Nancy Tillman is represented by Cathy Hemming, Cathy D. Hemming Literary Agency in association with McCormick & Williams.
Nancy loves to participate and have conversations with all the wonderful families that have enjoyed her books. So check her out on https://www.facebook.com/Nancy.Tillman.Collection or visit her website at nancytillman.com.
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We know our children are special, and now the incomparable Nancy Tillman expresses this universal feeling in the most touching of ways: Every child is born with a crown. The crown is everything that gives us unique value. Our crown will always be with us wherever we go, whatever we do.
With all of my heart, I believe it is true
that there is a heaven for animals, too.
The heaven of animals is a magical place. Angels know every dog's favorite game; cats bask in their own rays of sunshine; horses thunder across the sky.
The loss of a pet is heartbreaking. But in the heaven of animals, the love you have for your animal friends lives on. National-bestselling author Nancy Tillman's message of comfort will help readers of all ages through the process of grieving and healing.
As comforting as a soft blanket and warm as a goodnight hug, Eric Metaxas's lullaby It's Time to Sleep, My Love is delightfully brought to life by bestselling artist Nancy Tillman (On the Night You Were Born), whose illustrations celebrate the wonders of the natural world, and the bonds of family.
It's time to sleep, it's time to sleep,
the fishes croon in waters deep.
The songbirds sing in trees above,
"It's time to sleep, my love, my love."
As children prepare for bed, the world around them is also settling down for the night. Animals who live in the jungle, the forest, the sea—all whisper to their babies a soft refrain: It's time to sleep, my love.
It's Time to Sleep, My Love is a 2009 Bank Street - Best Children's Book of the Year.
Bestselling author/artist Nancy Tillman celebrates the lifelong bond between parent and child. Not just about newborns, Because You're Mine stands as a testament to a parent's protection and support of their child through all ages and stages.
The clouds can blow, the wind can call,
the snow can come, the rain can fall-
but they’ll just have to wait in line . . .
Because you’re mine. Because you’re mine.
Like Love You Forever, this is sure to be an evergreen gift and a new classic.
La noche en que tú naciste el mundo se llenó de vida y acción de gracias. La luna permaneció despierta hasta la mañana. Las garzas volaron a casa para celebrar. Los osos polares bailaron.
La noche en que tú naciste tu trajiste maravilla y magia al mundo.
La Noche en Que Tu Naciste celebra a cada lector. Hecho para acompañarlo dondequiera que la vida lo lleve, por cada camino, a través de todos los años. El libro más vendido de Nancy Tillman, On the Night You Were Born, ahora está disponible en español.
Let There Be Light combines the extraordinary talents of Nancy Tillman, the New York Times bestselling author of On the Night You Were Born, and Nobel Peace Prize Winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu in this retelling of the biblical story of creation. The pairing of Archbishop Tutu’s lyrical text from The Children of God Storybook Bible and Tillman’s wondrous illustrations bring the pages of this book to life for readers young and old.
Bells jingle, sleds dash through the snow, trees are topped with sparkling stars, and children everywhere dream of candy canes and presents. But the best gift of all-the most magical gift of the season-is when we spend Christmas with those we love.
Once again, this New York Times-bestselling author and artist has created a special, beautiful book that families will want to share year after year. (And readers will want to look for the Spirit of Christmas image that Nancy Tillman has hidden on every page!)
Tumford isn't really a terrible cat. It's just, like many children, Tum loves to make loud noises. But today, his parents are not in the mood. They have friends coming over and Tummy isn't just loud. No, Tumford is rude!
This charming tale from the multiple New York Times bestselling author Nancy Tillman is sure to delight readers everywhere, as she once again reaffirms that – no matter how much trouble you may get into – you are loved.
We’re not all the same. Thank goodness we’re not.
Life would be boring, and I mean… a lot.
And so, when we’re born, we’re supplied at the start
with our own bells and whistles to set us apart.
Think of your bells as the things you do best
things tucked away in your own treasure chest.
Part of growing up is discovering—and embracing—what makes us unique. From different abilities to different personalities, we are all wonderfully made with our own bells and whistles.
Once again, New York Times-bestselling author and artist Nancy Tillman takes a universal truth and makes it accessible for readers young and old.
Tumford isn't really a terrible cat. He just has a way of finding mischief—tracking dirt into the house, knocking over breakable things, and disrupting fancy parties. But even though he feels bad, he has a hard time saying, "I'm sorry." Will the fact that his owners love him, no matter what, help Tummy say the magic words?