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Chris Haughton

  • 5 stars across 3 books
    Chris Haughton is an Irish illustrator and author living in London. He was listed in Time magazine's 'DESIGN 100' for the work he has been doing for fair trade clothing company People Tree. His debut book 'A Bit Lost' was first published in English in September 2010. It has been translated into 19 languages and won 10 awards in 8 countries. In the UK it won Gold at the AOI 'Best of British Illustration Awards 2010'. In Ireland it won the Bisto Children's book of the year and the Eilís Dillon Award for Best Debut Book. In Holland it won the Dutch Picture Book of the Year 2012. In the US it won the Marion Vannette Ridgway award. 'Oh No George' came out in March 2012 and has been nominated for 5 awards in 4 countries including the Greenaway Medal and the Roald Dahl Funny award. ‘SHH! We have a plan’ came out in March 2014 and won the UK Association of Illustrators Award for best childrens book. Hat Monkey was released in Sept 2014.
    22nd July 2014

    Oh No, George!

    It's hard work being good all the time - and it's especially hard for a dog like George!A board book edition of the hila... More

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    1st March 2015

    Shh! We Have a Plan

    The winner of the 2014 Association of Illustrators' Award for Children's Books, Shh! is the covetable new picture book f... More

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    1st August 2017

    Goodnight Everyone

    From the multi award-winning picture book maker of A Bit Lost, Oh No, George! and Shh! We Have a Plan, comes the ultimat... More

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    • Goodnight Everyone

      Goodnight Everyone

      I adore Chris Haughtons illustrations, they are vivid and rich without being too bright, and really warm and engaging. There are little things to look...

    • Oh No, George!

      Oh No, George!

      This book is a great way to open a discussion about making good choices and saying sorry. It is very open ended, allowing the child to guess what is h...

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      Oh No, George!

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      We've really enjoyed other books by this author. The illustrations are so bright and colourful. The story follows a dog and his struggles between doin...