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Sharratt, Nick


SHARRATT, Nick. British, b. 1962. Genres: Children's fiction. Career: Children's book illustrator and author. Publications: FOR CHILDREN. SELF ILLUSTRATED: Monday Run-Day, 1992; The Green Queen, 1992; Look What I Found!, 1992; I Look Like This, 1992; Don't Put Your Finger in the Jelly, Nelly!, 1993; Mrs. Pirate, 1994; Snazzy Aunties, 1994; My Mum and Dad Make Me Laugh, 1994, in the US as My Mom and Dad Make Me Laugh; Caveman Dave, 1994; I Went to the Zoopermarket, 1995; Rocket Countdown, 1995; A Cheese and Tomato Spider, 1996; The Pointy-Hatted Princesses, 1996; Stack-a-Plane (board book), 1996; The Animal Orchestra, 1997; (with S. Tucker) My Day, 1997; (with S. Tucker) My Games, 1997; Come and Play!, 1997; Ketchup on Your Cornflakes?: A Wacky MixandMatch Book, 1997; What Do I Look Like?, 1998; (with S. Tucker) The Time It Took Tom, 1998; The Best Pop-Up Magic Book…Ever!, 1998; Dinosaurs' Day Out, 1998. Illustrator of books by J. Bennett, L. Fidge, C. Watson, J. Fletcher, R. Stones, R. Merrtens, G. Fost, J. Wilson, T. Small, E. Hawkins, V. Bierman, J. Hindley, V. Cross, R. Apps, J. Strong, T. Rockwell, D. Kitchen, G. Cross, E. Lindsay, G. Willner-Pardo, E. Laybourn, G. Gold- sack, G. Clements, B. Morese, P. Moon, G. Taylor, G. Harker. Address: c/o Candlewick, 2067 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA 02140, U.S.A.

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