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Tamsin Ainslie Tamsin Ainslie i(A122965 works by)
Born: Established: 1974
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United Kingdom (UK),
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Western Europe, Europe,
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Gender: Female
Arrived in Australia: 1994
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BiographyHistory

Tamsin Ainslie emigrated to Australia in 1994 from the United Kingdom. She began illustrating at an early age, and is now a published children's book illustrator, painter and printmaker.

Most Referenced Works

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon Sometimes Cake Newtown : Walker Books Australia , 2020 18433778 2020 single work picture book children's

'For anyone who has ever wished for a party every day of the year, this is a story about finding your own reasons to have cake.

'Christopher Robin had Pooh. Calvin had Hobbes. Audrey has Lion. This is the story of two friends learning the joy of celebrating the every day because sometimes it's important to enjoy things like Tuesdays, coconuts, orange, purple, and lions.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2021 CBCA Book of the Year Awards Notable Book Picture Books
y separately published work icon Collecting Sunshine Australia : Viking , 2018 13984283 2018 single work picture book children's

'Mabel and Robert love to collect things on their walks – leaves and stones and seeds and berries. But when they are caught in the rain and can’t take their collection home they have an even better idea. ‘I’m collecting sunshine,’ says Mabel. ‘I’m collecting wet grass on my shoes,’ says Robert.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2019 CBCA Book of the Year Awards Notable Book
y separately published work icon The Sisters Saint-Claire Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2016 10243464 2016 single work picture book children's

'Beautifully illustrated, this delightful rhyming tale about five gourmand mouse sisters who go to market and the youngest sister, Cecile, who sets up her very own delicious pie stall with food fit for a Queen is suitable for readers of Ruby Red Shoes.

'This is the tale of the sisters Saint-Claire,

'Who lived with their parents Odette and Pierre.

'Harriet, Violet, Beatrice, Minette,

'And little Cecile, we must not forget!

'A delightful rhyming tale about five fabulous French mice who love food, fashion and family, and a story about how greatness can come in any size.' (Publication summary)

2017 CBCA Book of the Year Awards Notable Book
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