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Sarah McIntyre

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Occupation  Illustrator, writer
Role  Illustrator
Name  Sarah McIntyre
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Genre  children's books, picture books
Books  DFC Library: Vern and Lettuce

Interview with fabulous illustratrix, Sarah McIntyre - Comic Artist


Sarah McIntyre (born 1975) is a British-American illustrator and writer of children's books and comics. She graduated in 1999 from Bryn Mawr College with a degree in Russian and a minor degree in History of Art and earned her Master's Degree in Illustration at Camberwell College of Arts in 2007. She works with other artists in The Fleece Station studio in Deptford, South London.

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Sarah was awarded the Sheffield Children's Book award for Best Picture Book and Overall Winner for her illustrations in the book Morris the Mankiest Monster in 2010, which also won the Bishop's Stortford Picture Book Award 2010. She also won the Leeds Graphic Novel Award 2011 for Vern and Lettuce, which ran originally as a weekly comic strip in The DFC and in The Guardian newspaper.

Sarah McIntyre About Jabberworks

Her projects include designing Monsterville at Discover Children's Story Centre in Stratford, London and participation in its online StoryCloud project. She curated The Comics Big-Top of Awesome at the 2012 Pop Up Festival in London.

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Books

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  • Alistair on Safari: Adventure at an African Game Reserve with Laura Hurwitz and Amanda Lumry (2000) USA: Eaglemont Press
  • Adventures of Riley: Quest for Treasure in the Cayman Islands with Laura Hurwitz and Amanda Lumry (2001) USA: Eaglemont Press
  • Adventures of Riley: Tigers in Terai with Laura Hurwitz and Amanda Lumry (2003) USA: Scholastic Inc
  • Adventures of Riley: Safari in South Africa with Laura Hurwitz and Amanda Lumry (2003) USA: Scholastic Inc
  • Adventures of Riley: Amazon River Rescuewith Laura Hurwitz and Amanda Lumry (2004) USA: Scholastic Inc
  • Adventures of Riley: Dolphins in Danger with Laura Hurwitz and Amanda Lumry (2005) USA: Scholastic Inc
  • Adventures of Riley: Mission to Madagascar with Laura Hurwitz and Amanda Lumry (2005) USA: Scholastic Inc
  • Morris the Mankiest Monster (2009) UK: David Fickling Books with Giles Andreae
  • Vern and Lettuce (2010) UK: David Fickling Books
  • When Titus Took the Train with Anne Cottringer (2010) UK: Oxford University Press
  • You Can't Eat a Princess! with Gillian Rogerson (2010) UK: Scholastic UK
  • You Can't Scare a Princess! with Gillian Rogerson (2011) UK: Scholastic UK
  • Nelson (contributor) Graphic Novel (2011) UK: Blank Slate Books
  • Superkid with Claire Freeman (2013) UK: Scholastic UK
  • Oliver and the Seawigs with Philip Reeve (2013) UK: Oxford University Press
  • There's a Shark in the Bath (2014) UK: Scholastic UK
  • Cakes in Space with Philip Reeve (2014) UK: Oxford University Press
  • Jampires with David O'Connell (2014) UK: David Fickling Books

  • Sarah McIntyre Creating Oliver and the Seawigs by Philip Reeve and Sarah

    References

    Sarah McIntyre Wikipedia


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