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Suzanne Barton

  • 5 stars across 9 books
    Suzanne Barton originally studied Psychology at University, but with a passion for illustration she later undertook a BA in Illustration and an MA in Children's Book Illustration.

    Suzanne's influences include Japanese prints and illustrators she remembers from her childhood. Her artwork is a beautiful combination of collage, drawing and painting, and with a love of patterns and prints, Suzanne can often be found searching through vintage paper shops for inspiration.

    The Dawn Chorus is Suzanne's very first book. She lives in Oxford.
    1st September 1994

    The Dawn Chorus

    (4 reviews)
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    26th February 2015

    The Dawn Chorus: Big Book

    Now in fantastic new big book size - perfect for shared reading lessons. Peep awakes one morning to the sound of a beau... More

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    20th September 2018

    The TinyWing Fairies

    Always on the lookout for mysteries to solve, and finding new adventures around every corner, the TinyWing Fairies are q... More

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    19th April 2001

    The Butterfly Dance: Tales of the People

    Third in the acclaimed Tales of the People series, this tale of a young girl's first Butterfly Dance captures the spirit... More

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    8th October 2015

    Robin's Winter Song

    The forest was bustling with activity. As the red and orange leaves swirled in the wind, Robin started to worry. Someth... More

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    31st December 2019

    My Unicorn Farts Glitter

    My unicorn is an icky, sticky disaster area, from his silly, sparkly horn to his polka dot bottom. But despite the... More

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    6th July 2020

    Meeka

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