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Catherine S. Snodgrass

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Catherine S. Snodgrass
Catherine S. Snodgrass
Catherine S. Snodgrass
BornBrooklyn, New York, U.S.A.
Occupationartist, children's book illustrator and author

Catherine S. Snodgrass is an American artist, graphic designer, author and illustrator of children's books, and advocate of children on the autism spectrum.

She grew up in New York City and attended the High School of Art and Design. After working for several years in the New York City publishing industry, her first book, Super Silly Sayings that are Over Your Head: A Children's Illustrated Book of Idioms was published in 2004 by Starfish Press. In 2005, it was named a Benjamin Franklin Award Finalist in the category of Best New Voice (Children's/Young Adult).[1]

In 2008, What's That Look on Your Face? All About Faces and Feelings was published by Autism Asperger Publishing Company (AAPC). The book is often used as an educational tool for helping children with autism, nonverbal learning disorder, and other social learning challenges to recognize the facial expressions that accompany specific feelings.[2]


  • Super Silly Sayings that are Over Your Head, Starfish Press, 2004 (ISBN 0-9666529-4-0)
  • What's That Look on Your Face? All About Faces and Feelings, Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2004 (ISBN 9781934575277)


  1. "Benjamin Franklin Award Finalists, 2005" Archived 2009-01-31 at the Wayback Machine, Independent Book Publishers Association
  2. Diane Twacthman-Cullen, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Review: What's That Look on Your Face, Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Spring 2009, p42

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