On a Dark Dark Night by Simon Prescott
  

Synopsis

On a Dark Dark Night by Simon Prescott

As Mouse runs through the moonlit town towards a big, dark house, all around him there are strange shapes and shadows, just waiting to jump out.

About the Author

Simon Prescott

Simon Prescott first realised he had a talent for drawing when one of his masterpieces was exhibited on the 80s children’s TV classic, Wacaday. Since then he has honed his skills at the Norwich School of Art, achieving a BA in Graphic Design, and gained an MA in Children’s Book Illustration at the Cambridge School of Art. Born in Aylesbury, now living in Cambridge, Simon also spent two years hunting Moomins in Finland. In 2009 Simon was shortlisted in the Best New Illustrator category at the Booktrust Early Years Awards.

Simon Prescott on Simon Prescott:

I’m a Cambridge based Artist, illustrator and published children’s book author.

Some of my influences include Ronald Searle, Heath-Robinson, Jan Svenkmeyer, the impressionists, retro cartoons, toys and comics. I take Reference and Inspiration when making an image from many sources; film/animation, music, nature documentaries, even the street where I live.

I use a variety of mediums; Acrylic on canvas, watercolour, chalk/charcoal, lino printing, pen and ink and mixed media.

Previous commissions have included Picture Books, CD covers, information posters, educational materials, greetings cards, caricatures, portraits and Storyboard/character design.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: 3 - 7 years

Author

Simon Prescott
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Author's Website

simon-prescott.com/

Publisher

Little Tiger Press an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group

Publication date

9th August 2009

ISBN

9781845069735


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