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* ''The Singing Bones''


In 2011, he was awarded both an Oscar (for ''The Lost Thing'') and the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award (for his contributions to children's books).

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In 2011, he was awarded both an Oscar (for ''The Lost Thing'') and the Astrid Lindgren Creator/AstridLindgren Memorial Award (for his contributions to children's books).


In 2011, he was awarded both an Oscar (for The Lost Thing) and the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award (for his contributions to children's books).

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In 2011, he was awarded both an Oscar (for The ''The Lost Thing) Thing'') and the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award (for his contributions to children's books).



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* ''TheRedTree''''Literature/TheRedTree2001''


An Australian illustrator-writer, probably best known for his (often wordless) graphic novels and his animated short, TheLostThing, which he adapted from his similarly named picture book. Tan has a tendency to mix the fantastical with the mundane, and his books can be enjoyed by both children ''and'' adults.

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An Australian illustrator-writer, probably best known for his (often wordless) graphic novels and his animated short, TheLostThing, ''Literature/TheLostThing'', which he adapted from his similarly named picture book. Tan has a tendency to mix the fantastical with the mundane, and his books can be enjoyed by both children ''and'' adults.


* ''TalesFromOuterSuburbia''
* ''TheRabbits'' (written by John Marsden)

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* ''TalesFromOuterSuburbia''
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* ''TheRabbits'' ''Literature/TheRabbits'' (written by John Marsden)


* ''TheLostThing''

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* ''TheLostThing''''Literature/TheLostThing''


* ''TheArrival''

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* ''TheArrival''''ComicBook/TheArrival''

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An Australian illustrator-writer, probably best known for his (often wordless) graphic novels and his animated short, TheLostThing, which he adapted from his similarly named picture book. Tan has a tendency to mix the fantastical with the mundane, and his books can be enjoyed by both children ''and'' adults.

In 2011, he was awarded both an Oscar (for The Lost Thing) and the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award (for his contributions to children's books).

!!His works include the following:

* ''TheArrival''
* ''TheLostThing''
* ''TheRedTree''
* ''TalesFromOuterSuburbia''
* ''TheRabbits'' (written by John Marsden)
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