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  • 5 stars across 185 books
    Stephen Cartwright Biography
    Stephen Cartwright was a British illustrator who illustrated more than 150 children's books selling millions of copies worldwide. Over the years his artwork was adapted to many things including stickers, jigsaws, flashcards and wrapping paper. He is probably best known for his work with author Heather Amery illustrating the Farmyard Tales where readers have to spot the hidden little yellow duck on each page.

    Born in Bolton on 28 December 1947, Stephen attended the Rochdale College of Art before going on to The Royal College of Art in London. He died in 2004 leaving a wife and two children.

    Our favourite Stephen Cartwright Book Characters
    Poppy, Sam and Rusty the dog - from The Farmyard Tales series
    31st May 2019

    Poppy and Sam's Wipe-Clean Summer Activities

    Join Poppy and Sam for lots of summer fun in this activity book, perfect for helping young children develop their observ... More

    (10 reviews)
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    28th January 2005

    Tractor In Trouble

    (5 reviews)
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    21st January 2005

    The New Pony

    (4 reviews)
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    28th January 2005

    The Grumpy Goat

    (4 reviews)
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    28th January 2005

    Barn On Fire

    (4 reviews)
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    28th January 2005

    The Snow Storm

    (4 reviews)
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    1st February 2011

    Poppy and Sam's Sticker Book

    Young children will love exploring Apple Tree Farm in this delightful sticker book, containing over 130 stickers. Scenes... More

    (3 reviews)
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    28th January 2005

    Surprise Visitors

    (3 reviews)
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    28th January 2005

    The Runaway Tractor

    This series of short stories has been written with the help of a language expert for young children who are just beginni... More

    (3 reviews)
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    28th January 2005

    Market Day

    (3 reviews)
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