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Jiri Tibor Novak Jiri Tibor Novak i(A9584 works by) (a.k.a. Tibor)
Born: Established: 1947 Prague,
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Czech Republic,
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Eastern Europe, Europe,
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Gender: Male
Arrived in Australia: 1970
Heritage: Czech
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BiographyHistory

Jiri Novak, a speaker of Czech, worked for some time as a freelance illustrator and designer. He has been a member of the Fellowship of Australian Writers (FAW) and in 1982 his story, Fish and Bird, was runner up in the UNESCO Noma Concours prize and was exhibited in the Biennale in Bratislavia. He has illustrated works for other authors including, One Big Yo to Go (Melbourne, Oxford University Press, 1980), Christopher (Airey's Inlet Vic., Swamp, 1987) and The Pig Farmer (Airey's Inlet Vic., Swamp, 1988). He also wrote a children's activity book You Can Make Mobiles (1996) and illustrated Why Did the Chicken? : A Collection of Crazy Jokes (compiled by Allan Cornwell, 1999).

Most Referenced Works

Awards for Works

Fish and Bird 1981 single work picture book children's
1982 runner-up International Awards UNESCO Noma Concours Prize
Fish and Bird 1981 single work picture book children's
1982 runner-up International Awards UNESCO Noma Concours Prize
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