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Lisa Stewart is a children's illustrator and classical violinist. From 2002-2006 Lisa studies at the National Art School, Sydney. In 2011, she was nominated for the prestigious Crichton Award for New Illustrators for the picture Can I Cuddle the Moon?

In 2019, she was based in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales.   

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y separately published work icon Wibble Wobble Sydney : ABC Books , 2019 15930742 2019 single work picture book

'Wibble wobble, walking tall.

'Wibble wobble, tumble fall.

'From talented creative duo Jen Storer and Lisa Stewart comes the perfect bedtime book for young families.

'Filled with the joyful moments of a toddler's day as they discover and explore their world, this book is guaranteed to become a firm family favourite!'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2020 shortlisted Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards Birth to 3 Years
y separately published work icon Butterfly, We're Expecting You! Sydney : Lothian , 2017 10185975 2017 single work picture book children's

'Two small children discover the beauty and wonder of nature in their very own backyard in this beautifully illustrated story from award-winning author Libby Hathorn.

'Come explore your backyard. Who knows what you'll find? A butterfly, a frog, a bird ... maybe even a dinosaur!

'A sweet and gentle story that feels as warm as a garden bathed in sunlight, from award-winning author Libby Hathorn and acclaimed illustrator Lisa Stewart.' (Publication summary)

2018 highly commended SWW Book Awards Children

Hilarie Lindsay Children's Book Award

y separately published work icon Little Bear's First Sleep Australia : Scholastic Australia , 2016 10781594 2016 single work picture book children's

'‘It was time for Little Bear’s first winter sleep. All bears sleep through winter, said Little Bear’s mother. And we won’t wake until spring, said Little Bear’s father. It’s a big, big sleep.’

'Little Bear is in the cave with his mother and father, who have settled down for their big winter sleep. But Little Bear has a problem - he can’t get to sleep! He snuggles and sings and softly strokes his ear. Will Little Bear be able to get to sleep before springtime?'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2017 CBCA Book of the Year Awards Notable Book Early Childhood
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