Hannah Bonner

Hannah is an illustrator and writer of non-fiction for children and for the young of heart. She combines her writing, drawing, and research talents with a healthy dose of humor to create books that are both educational and fun to read. She loves working on all things related to the natural world, both prehistoric and living. Hannah’s illustrations have appeared in books, exhibits, science outreach materials and articles. Clients have included National Geographic Children’s Books, WGBH, Scholastic, the Smithsonian’s Natural History Museum, UC Berkeley, the Finnish Museum of Natural History, the Spanish Oceanographic Institute, Carus Publishing and more.

Works (selection)

·Dining with Dinosaurs. A Tasty Guide to Mesozoic Munching, National Geographic Children’s Books, 2016. 

·When Fish Got Feet, When Bugs Were Big and When Dinos Dawned, a Cartoon Prehistory of Life on Earth (A bind-up of the three “When” books below), National Geographic Children’s Books, 2015. 

·When Dinos Dawned, Mammals Got Munched, and Pterosaurs Took Flight, A Cartoon Prehistory of Life in the Triassic, National Geographic Children’s Books, 2012.

·When Fish Got Feet, Sharks got Teeth, and Bugs Began to Swarm, A Cartoon Prehistory of Life Long Before the Dinosaurs, National Geographic Children’s Books, 2007. 

·When Bugs Were Big, Plants Were Strange, and Tetrapods Stalked the Earth, A Cartoon Prehistory of Life Before the Dinosaurs, National Geographic Children’s Books, 2004. 

·The Scholastic Science Dictionary (Illustrations only), Scholastic, 2000.

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