Nora Thompson has been getting in trouble for her art since she learned how to sign her name. She is an illustrator, graphic designer and fine artist, and has been illustrating professionally since 1991. She holds the position of Illustration Coordinator for the Western Pennsylvania chapter of the Society of Childrenís Book Writers and Illustrators and is a life member of the Pittsburgh Society of Illustrators.
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By Ellie PeartOn June 20, 2018
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