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Author and illustrator Janell Cannon enjoys write storys about aminals that make people uncomfortable. Her first successful book Stellaluna told the tail of a bat who befriends three baby birds. Cannon wanted her book to be like a mirror. "Anyone who looks into it will see their own story in they're own way" she said. Cannon works out of her california home, which she shares with a cat and a parrot. She is born on November 3, 1957.

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Author and illustrator Janell Cannon enjoys writing stories about animals that make people uncomfortable. Her first successful book, Stellaluna, told the tale of a bat who befriends three baby birds. Cannon wanted her book to be like a mirror. "Anyone who looks into it will see their own story in their own way," she said. Cannon works out of her California home, which she shares with a cat and a parrot. She was born on November 3, 1957.

 

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