Daniel Gray-Barnett

Daniel Gray-Barnett

  • 5 stars across 4 books
Daniel Gray-Barnett is an illustrator based in Sydney, Australia. Self-taught, he studied Medical Science at the University of Sydney before swapping his microscope for pencils when he realised illustration had a much lower patient mortality rate.

His illustrations have been commissioned by clients such as The New York Times, Sydney Opera House, The Boston Globe, Warner Music, and The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. His work has been shown internationally and has been awarded by the Society of Illustrators NY, Communication Arts and 3x3 magazine.

He has three grandmothers and Grandma Z is his first book.

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24th May 2018

Grandma Z

On an ordinary day, in an even more ordinary town, it was Albert’s birthday. When Grandma Z roars into town on her mot... MoreGrandma Z

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22nd October 2020

The Pocket Chaotic

A book about becoming independent for the first time. This stylish book with a relatable story is a joy for children and... MoreThe Pocket Chaotic

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14th July 2022

Katerina Cruickshanks

A joy-filled cheer of appreciation for loud, trouble-making, outrageous kids. Katerina Cruickshanks is a wild child, a ... MoreKaterina Cruickshanks

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2nd May 2024

Saturday is Pancake Day

It’s Saturday morning, and Milo’s been cooking his famously delicious pancakes. They’re ready to serve but Henry doesn’t... MoreSaturday is Pancake Day

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