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Simon Bartram is an English illustrator and writer of children's picture books. He was one runner-up for the Mother Goose Award in 1999 for Pinocchio and for the Kate Greenaway Medal in 2002 for Man on the Moon: A Day in the Life of Bob. In 2004 Man on the Moon was voted "best illustrated book to read aloud" by a panel of Blue Peter viewers and also named Blue Peter Book Awards Book of the Year.
- Mendlesohn, Farah (2009). "The Golden Age of Science Fiction is Three". The inter-galactic playground: a critical study of children's and teens' science fiction. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co. pp. 236–238. ISBN 978-0-7864-3503-6.
- Sipe, Lawrence R.,; Pantaleo, Sylvia Joyce (2008). Postmodern picturebooks: play, parody, and self-referentiality. Routledge. p. 208. ISBN 978-0-415-96210-0. Retrieved 14 February 2012.
WE BEGIN WITH KATE COWAN'S RESEARCH USING SIMON BARTRAM'S DOUGAL'S DEEP- SEA DIARY WITH FIVE- AND SIX-YEAR-OLDS. Simon Bartram has been hailed as one of the most original picturebook artists to emerge in recent years.
- Official website
- Simon Bartram at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
- Simon Bartram at Library of Congress Authorities, with 9 catalogue records
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