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Trish Bowles

Trish_Bowles.jpgTrish Bowles is a self-taught artist who has always wanted to illustrate children's books. She works from home in Christchurch as a freelance illustrator.

Selected bibliography:
  • Sun Days & Moon Nights: New Zealand Stories for Children selected by Rosalyn Barnett (Mallinson Rendel 1994).
  • Lucy's Bear: The Adventures of a New Zealand Teddy Bear text by Philip Holden (Mallinson Rendel 1996).
  • Harold text by Diana Seabrook Robinson (Hazard Press 1997).
  • Impossible Swim text by Marlene J. Bennetts (Emjay Publishing 2002).
  • Lorna and the Ladybird text by Kevin Boon (Kotuku Publishing 2002).
  • Selafina text by Catherine Hannken (Mallinson Rendel 2003).
  • Skalaska's New Home text by Marlene Bennetts (Emjay Publishing 2005).
  • No Ordinary Flowergirl text by Marlene Bennetts (Reed 2006).
  • Waikaka Grows Up text by Marlene Bennetts (Emjay Publishing 2006).
  • Fiapule text by Catherine Hannken (Mallinson Rendel 2007).
  • Where's Titi? text by Marlene Bennetts (Emjay Publishing 2007).
  • No Ordinary Frog text by Marlene Bennetts (Emjay Publishing 2008).
  • Talia text by Catherine Hannken (Mallinson Rendel 2009).
  • Hinamoki's Stormy Adventure text by Marlene Bennetts (Emjay Publishing 2010).
  • White Ravens List 1995 for Sun Days & Moon Nights.
  • Storylines Notable Book Awards 2004 Picture Books List for Selafina.
 Other resources:

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Page checked and updated February 2013.


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