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Sarah Davis Sarah Davis i(A118673 works by)
Born: Established: 1971 ;
Gender: Female
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BiographyHistory

Sarah Davis is a Sydney-based author, illustrator and designer. She has been nominated for, and won, numerous awards for her illustrators.

Her first publication as illustrator was Mending Lucille, in 2008, which won her the 2009 CBCA Crichton Award for New Illustrators.

Sarah has also illustrated book covers and chapter books including The Anti-Princess Club, and Violet Mackerel.

Most Referenced Works

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon Ride, Ricardo, Ride! Lindfield : Scholastic Australia , 2015 8299195 2015 single work picture book children's (taught in 1 units)

'Ricardo loved to ride his bike through the village. He rode under endless skies, quiet and clear. He rode every day ... But then the shadows came.' (Publication summary)

2016 Honours CBCA Book of the Year Awards Picture Book of the Year
2016 CBCA Book of the Year Awards Notable Book
y separately published work icon Fearless in Love Sydney : ABC Books , 2011 Z1862310 2011 single work picture book children's The only thing Fearless could remember his mother telling him was, 'Life is much nicer if you love everyone.' But loving everyone is much more complicated than Fearless had imagined. Until he meets Primrose...(Libraries Australia).
2012 winner KOALA Awards Picture Book
2010 shortlisted CBCA Book of the Year Awards Book of the Year: Early Childhood
y separately published work icon Sounds Spooky North Sydney : Random House Australia , 2011 Z1819713 2011 single work picture book children's 'In a rickety old house, spooky sounds fill the air. Crashing and slamming; Snarling and hissing; Creaking and mumbling. Who...or what...is making them? I'm not scared. Are you? Filled with onomatopoeia this book with a delightfully spooky twist will have young readers listening for those spooky sounds and chanting, 'What's that noise that I can hear? I'm not scared!'' (Publisher's blurb)
2011 winner Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Australian Speculative Fiction Children's Division Best children's Fiction (Told Primarily through Pictures)
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