10-10:30 Illustrator and animator Christian Robinson has worked with Pixar Animated Studios and the Sesame Street Workshop and is the illustrator of numerous books, including “Josephine,” by Patricia Hruby Powell, which won a Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor; “Last Stop on Market Street,” by Matt de la Peña; and “Leo, A Ghost Story,” by Mac Barnett. Signing at 11 .
10:40-11:10 Steve Light is an illustrator and art teacher. His works include “Zephyr Takes Flight,” “I Am Happy” and “Have You Seen My Dragon?” Signing at 11:30.
11:20-11:50 William Joyce is an author, illustrator and filmmaker. His books include “George Shrinks” and “Santa Calls.” He has won three Emmy awards for the “Rolie Polie Olie” animated series and an Academy Award for the animated short “The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore.” He also was an executive producer of the 2012 film “Rise of the Guardians,” inspired by his “Guardians of Childhood” series. His newest book is “Billy’s Booger.” Signing at 12:30.
12-12:30 Cale Atkinson is an author, illustrator and creator of animated shorts and games. His illustrations appear in numerous books such as “Let’s Meet a Police Officer,” “Buzz, Buzz, Buzz” and “Muddy, Mud, Bud.” His new book is “To the Sea.” Signing at 1.
12:40-1:10 Peter Sís is the author and illustrator of such works as “Tibet Through the Red Box,” “Beach Ball,” and “The Tree of Life: Charles Darwin.” He is a MacArthur fellow and multiple Caldecott honoree and Boston Globe-Horn Book Award winner. His newest books are “The Wall: Growing up Behind the Iron Curtain,” about his childhood in the former Czechoslovakia, and the picture book “Ice Cream Summer.” Signing at 1:30.
1:20-1:50 Elise Parsley is a writer and illustrator whose first picture book is “If You Ever Want to Bring an Alligator to School, Don’t!” Signing at 2:30.
2-2:30 Amy Krouse Rosenthal has published more than 20 books for children. Her works include “Little Pea,”“Exclamation Mark,” “Spoon” and “Bedtime for Mommy.” Her new book, with Tom Lichtenheld , is “Friendshape.” Lichtenheld is an illustrator whose work has been featured in such books as “I Wish You More” and “Duck! Rabbit!” Signing at 3.
2:40-3:10 Tad Hills is the author and illustrator of the Duck & Goose and the Rocket series, including “How Rocket Learned to Read.” His newest volume is “R is for Rocket.” Signing at 4.
3:20-3:50 Jean Reagan is the author of “How to Babysit a Grandpa,” “How to Babysit a Grandma” and the newest in the series, “How to Surprise a Dad.” Signing at 5:30.
4-4:30 Dan Santat is the author and illustrator of the graphic novel series “Sidekicks,” and the 2015 Caldecott Medal Winner for “The Adventures of Beekle: The Unimaginary Friend.” He has illustrated more than 20 children’s books. Santat received a Silver Medal from the Society of Illustrators for his work on “Oh No! (Or How My Science Project Destroyed the World).” He is also the creator of the animated series “The Replacements.” Signing at 5.
4:40-5:10 Stephen Savage is an illustrator whose works have appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers. His books include “Polar Bear Night” and “Where’s Walrus?” — both ALA Notable books. In 2008, he received a Gold Medal from the Society of Illustrators. Signing at 5:30.
6-6:30 Tom Angleberger is best known for his “Origami Yoda” series. His latest book is “McToad Mows Tiny Island.” Signing at 2:30 .
6:40-7:10 Diane Muldrow is a children’s book author and an editorial director at Golden Books/Random House. She has written the teen series Dish, the picture book “We Planted a Tree” and “Everything I Need to Know I Learned from a Disney Little Golden Book.” Signing at 5:30.
is a writer and illustrator whose first picture book is “If You Ever Want to Bring an Alligator to School, Don’t!” Signing at 2:30.