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KImberly Andrews

Kimberly Andrews 2019-735Illustrator Kimberly Andrews was born in 1985, and holds a BSc and an MSc, in Geochemistry, from Victoria University of Wellington.

 
Selected bibliography:
  • Song of the River written by Joy Cowley, illustrated by Kimberly Andrews (Gecko Press, 2019)
  • Puffin the Architect written and illustrated by Kimberly Andrews (Puffin, Penguin Random House NZ, 2018)
  • Explore! Aotearoa written by Bronwen Wall, illustrated by Kimberly Andrews (Kennett Brothers, 2017)
  • Tuna and Hiriwa written by Ripeka Takotowai Goddard, illustrated by Kimberly Andrews (Huia 2016)
  • Tuna rāua ko Hiriwa written by Ripeka Takotowai Goddard, illustrated by Kimberly Andrews (Huia 2016)
 Awards:
  • Whitcoull's Top 50 Kid's Books for Puffin the Architect (Puffin, Penguin Random House NZ 2019)
  • WIinner Russell Clark Award for Illustration, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults 2019 for  Puffin the Architect (Puffin, Penguin Random House NZ 2019)
  • Shortlisted, Picture Book Award, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults 2019 for  Puffin the Architect - (Puffin, Penguin Random House NZ 2019)
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  • Winner, New Zealand Booklovers Awards for Best Children's Book 2019 for Puffin the Architect (Puffin, Penguin Random House NZ 2019)
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  • Storylines Notable Book Award 2019, Picture Book Category for for  Puffin the Architect (Puffin, Penguin Random House NZ 2019)
  • Finalist, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults 2018, Elsie Locke Award Non Fiction category for Explore! Aotearoa, written by Bronwen Wall, illustrated by Kimberly Andrews ((Kennett Brothers, 2017)
  • Storylines Notable Book Award 2018, Non-fiction category for Explore! Aotearoa ((Kennett Brothers, 2017)
  • Finalist New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, Te Kura Pounāmu, Te Reo Māori category, for Tuna raua ko Hiriwa - written by Ripeka Goddard, illustrated by Kimberly Andrews (Huia 2016)
  • Storylines Notable Book Award 2017, Picture Book category, Tuna and Hiriwa - written by Ripeka Goddard, illustrated by Kimberly Andrews ((Huia 2016))
     
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