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Scott Tulloch
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Biography

Scott Tulloch was born and raised in Wellington but now lives in Queenstown.

After many years working as many things, including ten years as a professional artist with his own gallery, Scott Tulloch decided to return to his childhood hankering to become an illustrator and author of picture books. Scott's first book was Willy’s Dad, (HarperCollins NZ, 2007), which was a tale about the role-reversal and relationship between a toddler and his father. John McIntyre described it as having, ‘great visual gags…and a delightfully touching ending’ on Radio New Zealand’s Nine to Noon programme. (John McIntyre, Radio NZ, 7 August 2007).  Since then Scott has written and illustrated many titles for Harpercollins and now also enjoys a very close relationship with Scholastic NZ. As well as illustrating his own titles, Scott also illustrates for other authors including Craig 'The Wonky Donkey' Smith, for whom he has illustrated the hugely successful, My Daddy Ate an Apple (Scholastic 2013), and Square Eyes (Scholastic 2014).

Published Works

Willy’s Dad (HarperCollins 2007).
Willy’s Mum (HarperCollins 2008).
Echo and Hush text by VM Jones (HarperCollins 2008).
Willy’s Grandpa (HarperCollins 2008).
The Naughtiest Puppy text by VM Jones (HarperCollins 2009).
Piggy Pogget (HarperCollins 2009).
Young MacDonald Had a Farm text by Anna Crosbie (HarperCollins 2009).
The Naughty Kids' book of Nature text by Des Hunt (Harpercollins 2010)
Young MacDonald Goes to the Show text by Anna Crosbie (HarperCollins 2010).
On the Road to Tuapeka text by Ben Brown (Scholastic 2011).
Tom & the Dragon text by Juliette MacIver (Scholastic 2011)
Wooden Arms text by Sarah Johnson (Scholastic 2012)
Moose on the Loose (Harpercollins 2013)
The Silly Goat Gruff (Scholastic 2013)
My Daddy Ate an Apple text by Craig Smith (Scholastic 2013)
I Am Not A Worm! (Scholastic 2104)
How Does the Giraffe Get to Work? text by Chris Lewellyn (Scholastic 2014)
Square Eyes text by Craig Smith (Scholastic 2014)

Awards

Russell Clarke Illustration Award Shortlist 2008 for Willy's Dad
BPANZ Design Award Shortlist 2008 for Willy's Dad
Storylines Notable Books 2011 Non Fiction list for The Naughty Kids' Book of Nature.
Storylines Notable Books 2012 Picture Book list for Tom & the Dragon

 

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