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Jon Burgerman

Jon Burgerman

  • 5 stars across 8 books
Jon Burgerman is an award-winning artist who has created murals, sculptures, toys, apparel, and picture books, all with his trademark bright and playful aesthetic. His hilarious first picture book, 'SPLAT!', was described by Oliver Jeffers as 'a brilliantly playful book', and his art is collected worldwide by several institutions, including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Born in the UK, Jon currently lives in New York with his wife and fellow artist, You
30th June 1998


(13 reviews) Review
3rd August 2017

Rhyme Crime

Once upon a time, a thief committed a crime. Everything he stole was replaced with a RHYME! Hammy's brand new hat was sw... MoreRhyme Crime

(11 reviews) Review
6th February 2020

Everybody Has a Body

Everyone's body is different in some way-and that's OK! Whether your body is big, small, short or tall-Jon Burgerman sho... MoreEverybody Has a Body

(2 reviews) Review
1st March 2018

How to Eat Pizza

For fans of Supertato, this hilarious interactive book introduces children to a host of talking food characters, includi... MoreHow to Eat Pizza

(1 review) Review
4th February 2021

Everybody Worries

Everybody worries and that's OK. This reassuring and practical picture book combines helpful tips endorsed by clinical... MoreEverybody Worries

(1 review) Review
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    Rhyme Crime

    A thief who steals in rhyme? Who knew that would be so much fun? 
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    Colourful pictures depicting every kind of strange and unusual body having a worry. This book is great for getting across that everyone worries someti...

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