Davene Fahy, MA, CCC/SLP has worked as a Speech Therapist and Special Education Director for more than 40 years in the Philadelphia area and in Maine. She is a Life Member of the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA). She is the author of Charlie Who Couldn't Say His Name, Anthony Best and The Boy Who Thought He Was A Plane. She lives on the coast of Maine with her husband, writer Christopher Fahy.
Carol Inouye (illustrator of Anthony Best) has written and/or illustrated more than a dozen children’s books. She has also done illustrations for advertising, national magazines, and television networks. Prior to being an illustrator, she was an art director for several major publishing houses in New York. She has won awards for illustration, graphic design and for art direction from the NY Society of Illustrators, the Los Angelos Society of Illustrators, the New England Museum Association and from the Art Directors Club of New York. She lives in Maine.
Sally Stanton (illustrator of The Boy Who Thought He Was a Plane) is an artist, writer and children’s librarian. She lives on the coast of Maine. Please visit Sally’s website at SalStanton.com