Roslyn Schwartz

Roslyn Schwartz (born 29 September 1951) is a Canadian children's author and animator.

Born in Montreal, Quebec, she was raised in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England. Schwartz is the author of ''The Mole Sisters'' series, ''The Smoker's Addictionary'' (1985), ''Rose and Dorothy'' (1981), and ''Tales from Parc la Fontaine'' (2006). ''The Mole Sisters'' was made into a T.V. cartoon series.

She also created two short animated films with the National Film Board of Canada, ''I'm your Man'' and ''The Arkelope''.

Schwartz credits much of her success to her younger brother Mark, creator of the traditional winter Poutinikkah festival in Quebec. Provided by Wikipedia
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