Hartman, Carrie

Contact Information
Phone: 651-735-0842
E-mail: carrie@carriehartman.com
Website: http://www.carriehartman.com

Book Category: Picture Books
Age Group: Any

Books

Where Are All the Minnesotans. Written by Karlyn Coleman, Illustrated by Carrie Hartman. Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2017.

Gordy and the Magic Diet. Written by April Runge & Kim Dierson, Illustrated by Carrie Hartman. Special Kids, Publishing, 2012.

Izzy The Whiz & Passover McClean. Written by Yael Marmestein, Illustrated by Carrie Hartman. Kar-Ben Publishing, 2012.

The Mischievous Mom At The Art Gallery. Written by Rebecca Eckler & Erica Ehm. Illustrated by Carrie Hartman Key Porter Books, 2010.

The Clock Struck One: A Time Telling Tale. Written by Trudy Harris, Illustrated by Carrie Hartman. Lerner Publishing, 2009.

It’s Hard To Be A Verb. Written by Julia Cook, Illustrated by Carrie Hartman. National Center for Youth Issues, 2008.

Child of Mine. Written and illustrated by Carrie Hartman. Maren Green Publishing, 2007.

Feelings to Share, from A to Z. Written by Todd and Peggy Snow, Illustrated by Carrie Hartman. Maren Green Publishing, 2007.

Manners are Important for You and Me. Written by Todd Snow, Illustrated by Carrie Hartman. Maren Green Publishing, 2007.

Personal Space Camp. Written by Julia Cook, Illustrated and designed by Carrie Hartman. CTC Publishing, 2007.

The Haft of It. Written by Alan Haft, Illustrated by Carrie Hartman. Wiley Publishing, 2007.

My Mouth is a Volcano. Written by Julia Cook, Illustrated by Carrie Hartman. CTC Publishing, 2006.

Words. Illustrated by Carrie Hartman. Discovery Library, Encyclopedia Brittanica, 2005.

Numbers. Illustrated by Carrie Hartman. Discovery Library, Encyclopedia Brittanica, 2005.

Hide it in Your Heart. Written by Gloria Gaither & Shirley Dobson, Illustrated by Carrie Hartman. Multnomah Publishers, 2005.

Celebrating Special Times with Special People. Illustrated by Carrie Hartman. Written by Gloria Gaither & Shirley Dobson. Multnomah Publishers, 2005.

Creating Family Traditions. Illustrated by Carrie Hartman, Written by Gloria Gaither & Shirley Dobson. Multnomah Publishers, 2004.

Making Ordinary Days Extraordinary. Illustrated by Carrie Hartman, Written by Gloria Gaither & Shirley Dobson. Multnomah Publishers, 2004. Contributions to

The Drawing Inspiration: The Visual Artist At Work. By Michael Fleishman, Thomson/Delmar Publishing.

Highlights
Carrie Hartman received her BFA in Illustration from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design. Her award winning illustration work includes book illustration, editorial work, character designs for a nationally animated commercial, greeting cards, advertising, animation projects, comic books, paper designs, identity and branding for companies, and murals. She has illustrated 20 picture books. She has authored 1 book and is currently writing several of her own picture books.

Her stylish illustrations have appeared in New York Magazine, American Baby, Midwest Living, Seattle Monthly, Minneapolis – St. Paul Magazine, the Hartford Courant, St. Louis Magazine, the Star Tribune and the Baltimore Sun. Some of her clients include HGTV, American Greetings, Office Depot, Target, ING, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Nature Made Vitamins, Sterling Publishing, Encyclopedia Britannica, Lerner Publishing, and the Minnesota State Fair.

Her work has received multiple industry awards including being honored by the Los Angeles Society of Illustrators. The popular picture book, My Mouth Is A Volcano, received the top award in 2006 for the best illustrated children’s book for the educational industry by the Association of Educational Publishers.

Carrie has been a member of the design faculty at the Minneapolis College of Art & Design, teaching in the illustration department, since 2004. She is also a member of the illustration faculty at the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, Minnesota. She is a frequent keynote or panel speaker for children’s literature conferences, library events, book festivals and school visits.

She lives in Woodbury, Minnesota.

Awards
2006 AEP (Association of Educational Publishers) Distinguished Achievement Award for the best illustrated picture book for the educational market
Los Angeles Society of Illustrators – 4 Merit Awards
Portfolios.com – Silver and Bronze Awards
Educational Press Association – nomination for illustrating the online game VoteQuest

Presentations
A variety of program options are available based on the age of the audience.

Fees
Contact directly for pricing: carrie@carriehartman.com