Murphy, Tom 1972–
Murphy, Tom 1972–
Art director and illustrator. Worked in advertising, including as art director and creative director at DDB Chicago, Chicago, IL.
Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books Blue Ribbon Picture-Book Award, for A Boy and His Bunny by Sean Bryan.
Sean Bryan, A Boy and His Bunny, Arcade (New York, NY), 2005.
Sean Bryan, A Girl and Her Gator, Arcade (New York, NY), 2006.
Sean Bryan, A Bear and His Boy, Arcade (New York, NY), 2007.
Sean Bryan, The Juggling Pug, Arcade (New York, NY), 2008.
Biographical and Critical Sources
Kirkus Reviews, January 1, 2005, review of A Boy and His Bunny, p. 49; March 1, 2006, review of A Girl and Her Gator, p. 227; April 1, 2007, review of A Bear and His Boy.
School Library Journal, June, 2005, Blair Christolon, review of A Boy and His Bunny, p. 106; August, 2006, Catherine Callegari, review of A Girl and Her Gator, p. 76; April, 2007, Debbie Lewis O'Donnell, review of A Bear and His Boy, p. 96.
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