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336px-Anthony Browne November 2010

Browne in 2010.

Anthony Edward Tudor Browne
(born 11 September 1946)is a British author and illustrator of children's books with nearly forty titles to his name. For his lasting contribution as a children's illustrator he won the biennial, international Hans Christian Andersen Award in 2000, the highest recognition available to creators of children's books. From 2009 to 2011 he was Children's Laureate.

As writer and illustrator

  • Through the Magic Mirror (Hamish Hamilton, 1976)
  • A Walk in the Park (Hamilton, 1977)
  • Bear Hunt (Hamilton, 1979)
  • Look What I've Got! (Julia MacRae Books, 1980)
  • Gorilla (MacRae, 1983) —winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal for illustration and the Emil
  • Willy the Wimp (MacRae, 1984)
  • Willy the Champ (MacRae, 1985)
  • Piggybook (MacRae, 1986)
  • I Like Books (MacRae, 1988)
  • The Little Bear Book (Hamilton, 1988)
  • A Bear-y Tale (Hamilton, 1989)
  • Things I Like (MacRae, 1989)
  • The Tunnel (MacRae, 1989)
  • Changes (MacRae, 1990)
  • Willy and Hugh (MacRae, 1991)
  • Zoo (MacRae, 1992) —winner of the Greenaway Medal
  • The Big Baby: a little joke (MacRae, 1993)
  • Willy the Wizard (MacRae, 1995)
  • Willy the Dreamer (Walker, 1997)
  • Voices in the Park (Doubleday, 1998) —winner of the Emil
  • My Dad (Doubleday, 2000)
  • Willy's Pictures (Walker, 2000) —highly commended for the Greenaway
  • Anthony Browne Presents the Animal Fair: a spectacular pop-up (Walker, 2002)
  • The Shape Game (MacRae, 2003)
  • Into the Forest (MacRae, 2004)
  • My Mum (Doubleday, 2005)
  • Silly Billy (Walker, 2006)
  • My Brother (Doubleday, 2007)
  • Little Beauty (Walker, 2008)
  • Me and You (Doubleday, 2011) —a retelling of The Story of the Three Bears in a contemporary setting
  • How Do You Feel? (Walker, 2011)

As illustrator

  • Hansel and Gretel by Brothers Grimm (MacRae, 1981)
  • The Visitors Who Came to Stay by Annalena McAfee (Hamilton, 1984) — winner of the 1985 German youth literature prize for picture books in its German-language translation retaining Browne's illustrations
  • Knock, knock! Who's there? by Sally Grindley (Hamilton, 1985), picture book
  • Kirsty Knows Best by Annalena McAfee (MacRae, 1987), picture book
  • Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (MacRae, 1988) — an edition of the 1865 classic, highly commended for the Greenaway[1]and winner of the Emil
  • Trail of Stones by Gwen Strauss (MacRae, 1990), picture book
  • The Night Shimmy by Gwen Strauss (MacRae, 1991), picture book
  • The Topiary Garden by Janni Howker (Hamilton, 1993), short stories published 1991
  • Anthony Browne's King Kong (MacRae, 1994) — from the 1932 novelized story of King Kong
  • The Daydreamer by Ian McEwan (New York: HarperCollins, 1994), novella

Sources

Creators
Creators Authors Lewis Carroll - Anna Matlack Richards - Saki - Gilbert Adair - Frank Beddor
Illustrators John Tenniel - Arthur Rackham - Blanche McManus - Peter Newell - Fanny Cory - Bessie Pease Gutmann - Charles Robinson - Harry Rountree - Harry Furniss - Mabel Lucie Attwell - Milo Winter - Oliver Herford - Uriel Birnbaum - Jessie Willcox Smith - Charles Folkard - Mervyn Peake - Alex Blum - Leonard Weisgard - Walt Disney - Marjorie Torrey - Tove Jansson - Ralph Steadman - Frank Bolle - Charles Blackman - Barry Moser - Michael Hague - Anthony Browne - Willy Pogany - Marie Laurencin - Salvador Dalí - Brothers Hildebrandt - Gavin O'Keefe - Tony Ross - Helen Oxenbury - Lisbeth Zwerger - Oleg Lipchenko - Franciszka Themerson

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