Lester’s Dreadful Sweaters, Kids Can Press.

“If Edward Gorey and Polly Horvath had a literary lovechild, this would be it.”  Kirkus (Starred)

“Kids are gonna chuckle at this one, even as they swear they don’t know what happened to Grandma’s last birthday gift.”  Booklist

…older readers will thoroughly enjoy Campbell’s canny blend of irony and sweet-heartedness”.  Publisher’s Weekly



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Flora and Ulysses, The Illuminated Adventures, Candlewick Press.

“Helped in no small part by K.G. Campbell’s illustrations, Flora and Ulysses…lures you in with the ridiculous and then when you least expect it gets you in the gut with a bolt of pure, uncut, unadulterated meaning.” Betsy Bird

“The reader must not only read the book, but look at it, and this double engagement of the mind and eye is part of the novel’s genius.” Boston Globe

“Newbery Medalist DiCamillo and illustrator Campbell meld prose with comic  sequences in a broad comedy tinged with sadness.” Publisher’s Weekly (Starred)

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Tea Party Rules, Viking Children’s Books.

“Dyckman and Campbell are a winning pair, using their comedic chops to pace the story beautifully.” Booklist (Starred)

“Strong storytelling, pacing, emotive illustrations that match the deceptive plot and an exuberant sense of fun make this little gem a winner.” Kirkus (Starred)

“Dyckman’s and Campbell’s story is like a pretty petit four with an unexpectedly zingy filling.” Pulbisher’s Weekly (Starred)

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The Mermaid and the Shoe, Kids Can Press.

Written and illustrated by K.G. Campbell.

Coming Spring 2014.

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