Elizabeth Baddeley is the New York Times Best selling illustrator of I DISSENT: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes her Mark (Simon & Schuster). She has illustrated many other biographies and non-fiction books for children including: The Cat Who Lived with Anne Frank (Philomel), An Inconvenient Alphabet (Simon & Schuster), The Good Fight (Knopf), A Woman in the House (and Senate) (Abrams) and more! Elizabeth has also self-published the leading /only Kansas City themed coloring book for adults and children: Color Me Kansas City as well as the very personal Swimmer Girls which earned her a gold medal from the Society of Illustrators in 2011.

Prior to receiving her MFA from the School of Visual Arts (illustration as visual essay), Elizabeth had worked for Hallmark Cards and Barkley advertising in Kansas City. Her other interests include knitting ill-fitting garments for her son, wrangling cats and Boston Terriers, swimming and cooking. She resides in a historic neighborhood in Kansas City with her husband and young son. 

For picture book inquiries please contact Alexandra Penfold at Upstart Crown Literary: alex@upstartcrowliterary.com

For all other inquiries you may reach Elizabeth at eb@ebaddeley.com