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Philippe Dupasquier (born 1955) is an author and illustrator of children's books. He was born in Neuchâtel, Switzerland, but he went to art school in Lyon, France 1976-79, after which he became a freelance illustrator in London, England.
- Bill's New Frock by Anne Fine, illustrated by Philippe Dupasquier (1989) ISBN 1-4052-0060-X
- The Airport by Philippe Dupasquier, Hardcover, Walker Books, Limited, ISBN 0-7445-0159-8 (0-7445-0159-8)
- The Building Site by Philippe Dupasquier, Hardcover, Walker Books, Limited, ISBN 0-7445-0160-1 (0-7445-0160-1)
- Dear Daddy by Philippe Dupasquier, Softcover, Northwestern University Press, ISBN 0-14-050822-8 (0-14-050822-8)
- The Factory by Philippe Dupasquier, Hardcover, Walker Books, Limited, ISBN 0-7445-0163-6 (0-7445-0163-6)
- Garage by Philippe Dupasquier, Hardcover, Walker Books, Limited, ISBN 0-7445-0158-X (0-7445-0158-X)
- The Harbor by Philippe Dupasquier, Hardcover, Grosset & Dunlap, ISBN 0-448-19053-2 (0-448-19053-2)
- I Can't Sleep by Philippe Dupasquier, Hardcover, Orchard Books, ISBN 0-531-08474-4 (0-531-08474-4)
For Bill's New Frock, written by Anne Fine and illustrated by Philippe Dupasquier, he received the Smarties Prize, and Carnegie Medal commendation, from the British Library Association, both 1989, and then the Oak Tree Award, from Nottinghamshire Libraries, in 1990.
- "Philippe Dupasquier (1955-) Biography - Personal, Career, Honors Awards, Writings, Sidelights". Brief Biographies web site. Net Industries and its Licensor. 2010-03-21. Retrieved 2010-03-21.
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