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Occupation  Author
Education  Central Saint Martins
Role  Illustrator

Name  Nick Sharratt
Nominations  Kate Greenaway Medal
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Books  Shark in the park, The Foggy - Foggy Forest, Ketchup on Your Cornflakes, A Cheese and Tomato S, Pirate Pete
Similar People  Jacqueline Wilson, Kes Gray, Giles Andreae, Sean Taylor, Martin Waddell

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Nick Sharratt (born in London, 1962) is a British illustrator and author of children's books, and was chosen to be the Official Illustrator for World Book Day 2006. Sharratt has illustrated around 200 books, including over 40 books by award-winning author Jacqueline Wilson, among them The Lottie Project, Little Darlings and The Story of Tracy Beaker which was the most borrowed library book in the UK for the first decade of this century. The books on which they have collaborated have sold more than 30 million copies in the UK and sales of picture books illustrated by Nick exceed 9 million.


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Early life

Nick grew up in Suffolk, Nottinghamshire and Manchester and was trained in graphic design at St. Martin's School of Art. He takes his inspiration from the pop and graphic art of the 1960s, which he experienced as a child. His work is split between illustrating for other writers, most notably Jacqueline Wilson and Jeremy Strong as well as Kes Gray, Giles Andreae, Julia Donaldson and Michael Rosen, and producing his own picture books for a younger audience.


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He has won numerous awards including the Children's Book Award, the Nestle Children's Book Award, The Right Start Award (book category), the Under Fives non-fiction She/WHSmith Award and the Educational Writers Award. He has won regional library book prizes in Nottingham, Norfolk, Oxfordshire, Perth, Sheffield, Stockport, Southampton, Portsmouth and Somerset and was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal in 2002. He is also a recipient of a gold Blue Peter badge. Nick Sharratt's work has been exhibited in Britain, Italy, Japan and U.S.A.

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