FOREMAN, Michael. British, b. 1938. Genres: Children's fiction. Career: Art director, Ambit, London, 1960-. Lecturer, St. Martin's School of Art, London, 1963-65, London School of Printing, 1967, Royal College of Art, 1968-70, and Central School of Art, London, 1971-72; art eirector, Playboy, Chicago, 1965, and King, London, 1966. Publications: The Perfect Present, 1967; The Two Giants, 1967; The Great Sleigh Robbery, 1968; Horatio (in U.S. as The Travels of Horatio), 1970; Moose, 1971; Dinosaurs and All That Rubbish, 1972; War and Peas, 1974; All the King's Horses, 1976; Panda's Puzzle, 1977; Trick a Tracker, 1979; Winter's Tales, 1979; Panda and the Odd Lion, 1981; Land of Dreams, 1982; Panda and the Bunyips, 1984; Cat and Canary, 1984; Private Zoo, 1985; Panda and the Bushfire, 1986; Ben's Box, 1986; Ben's Baby, 1987; The Angel and the Wild Animal, 1988; One World, 1989; War Boy, 1989; World of Fairy Tales, 1990; Mother Goose, 1991; Jack's Fantastic Voyage, 1992; The Boy Who Sailed with Columbus, 1992; War Game, 1993; Grandfather's Pencil and the Room of Stories, 1993; Dad! I Can't Sleep, 1994; Surprise, Surprise!, 1995; After the War Was Over, 1995; Seal Surfer, 1996; The Little Reindeer, 1996; Look! Look!, 1997; Angel and the Box of Time, 1997; Jack's Big Race, 1998; Chicken Licken, 1998; Little Red Hen, 1999; Rock-a-Doodle-Do, 2000; Cat in the Manger, 2000; Saving Sinbad, 2001; Michael Foreman's Playtime Rhymes, 2002; Wonder Goal!, 2003; Trip to Dinosaur Time, 2003; Hello, World, 2003. Address: 5 Church Gate, London SW6 3LD, England.
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