Corinna Luyken


Corinna Luyken's books are enjoyed by people of all ages; her works include ABC AND YOU AND ME, THE TREE IN ME (an NCTE Notable Poetry Book and Indie Bestseller), MY HEART (a New York Times Best Seller), THE BOOK OF MISTAKES (which The Wall Street Journal praised as "sublime"), IN THE DARK (illustrated by Luyken, written by Kate Hoefler), NOTHING IN COMMON (also illustrated by Luyken and written by Hoefler), PATCHWORK (a New York Times and Kirkus Best Picture Book of 2022, written by Matt de la Peña), SOMETHING GOOD and ADRIAN SIMCOX DOES NOT HAVE A HORSE (both written by Marcy Campbell), and WEIRD LITTLE ROBOTS (written by Carolyn Crimi).


She was raised in Oregon, California, and Hawaii, and she obtained a degree in improvisational dance, poetry, and printmaking from Middlebury College in Vermont. Now residing near the Salish Sea in Western Washington, she enjoys digging in the dirt, surfing, and curling up with one or two cats to read.


Cards are Printed in Portland, Oregon using renewable green energy. 

Forest-friendly, FSC®-certified 10% post-consumer recycled paper and vegetable-based inks.