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Sarah Sheppard, born in Sweden in 1971, started out working as an Art Director and Graphic Designer.
After a course in paleontology at the University of Stockholm, Sarah combined her profession with a passion for science and dinosaurs, and she wrote and illustrated the hugely popular and critically acclaimed book Lots of Dinosaurs, published in 2008. Since then she has continued to write and illustrate several non-fiction books for children, always with a quirky mix of humor, facts and fantasy.
In 2013 Sarah wrote and illustrated Important Maps for Daydreamers and Adventurers about all the amazing, exciting and mysterious things you can find in the world. The book is a best seller (over 60.000 copies sold!) and received the Carl von Linné Plaque, for best non-fiction children’s book in 2013. Her latest book, released in 2015, is about another exciting and prehistoric animal – the Shark!
Books by Sarah Sheppard
You can also read the much acclaimed picture reference books: We Look Out For Weird Cars and How to Drive Weird Cars about which the following has been said, among other things: A self-assured and delightful picture book for the very young by two rea…
Swedish title: Titta bilar!
Pub date: 28-04-2016
Format: 170 x170 mm, 18 pages, color
Read, play and learn how to drive strange cars in Ulf Nilsson’s and Sarah Sheppard’s imaginative picture book. Turn the wheel, put your foot down, toot and crank up, turn the sirens on and drive! At the same time you learn what different kinds of veh…
Swedish title: Hur du kör konstiga bilar
Pub date: 01-09-2011
An imaginative and fact-filled book for inquisitive children. A picture book with several parallel levels. Big and small, vehicle and animal, they are examined in the way a child might do. Here is lots to discover, just like on a real walk. Experienc…
Swedish title: Vi letar konstiga bilar
Pub date: 13-08-2010
Format: 40 pages, 240x250 mm, colour