Ebony Glenn – Janet Collins and Not Quite Snow White
Ebony Glenn is an Atlanta based illustrator who enjoys bringing stories to life with whimsical imagery. A passion for the arts, great storytelling, and advocating for more diverse narratives in children’s books, Ebony aims to create illustrations that will foster a love of reading in young readers.
Brave Ballerina is a lyrical picture book biography of Janet Collins, the first African American principal dancer at the Metropolitan Opera House.
Not Quite Snow White is an inspiring picture book that highlights the importance of self-confidence while taking an earnest look at what happens when that confidence is shaken or lost.
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