WORLD BOOK DAY'S OODLES OF DOODLES

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9th November - 3rd December 2017

To bring our 20th anniversary celebrations to a close, World Book Day is auctioning off exclusive artwork by some of the UK's most talented children's illustrators. From Jim Field to Lydia Monks, Chris Riddell to Nadia Shireen, now is your chance to snap up a unique Christmas present or treat for yourself, created by your favourite illustrator. Have a browse through the gallery and get bidding...

Bidding closing times vary for each illustration so that you can bid on more than one item. Postage and packaging for each artwork is £5 and all are A4 size and framed.

All the funds raised will go to World Book Day, a small charity that celebrates authors, illustrators, books and (most importantly) reading. Every year World Book Day sends over 15 million book tokens to schools all over the UK and Ireland, whilst also equipping schools, libraries, booksellers and parents with the resources to help children and young people get excited about reading.

Thank you – and good luck

The World Book Day Team

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Lot 31
£ 270
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Mick Inkpen
Lot 30
£ 160
1
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Martin Brown
Lot 29
£ 130
3
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Jim Field
Lot 28
£ 170
7
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David Roberts
Lot 27
£ 270
2
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Lydia Monks
Lot 25
£ 1,220
30
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Emily Gravett
Lot 26
£ 170
8
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David Melling
Lot 24
£ 550
35
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Chris Riddell
Lot 23
£ 210
1
NOT STARTED
Yasmeen Ismail
Lot 22
£ 155
3
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Laura Ellen Anderson
Lot 21
£ 110
1
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Nick Sharratt
Lot 20
£ 160
4
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Simon Bartram
Lot 19
£ 190
10
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David Tazzyman
Lot 18
£ 110
1
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Nadia Shireen
Lot 17
£ 110
1
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Nick East
Lot 16
£ 220
11
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Ed Vere
Lot 15
£ 450
17
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Alex T. Smith
Lot 11
£ 240
16
NOT STARTED
Chris Mould
Lot 14
£ 110
1
NOT STARTED
Jim Smith
Lot 13
£ 320
24
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Korky Paul
Lot 12
£ 100
0
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Tony De Saulles
Lot 10
£ 110
1
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Steve Antony
Lot 32
£ 210
6
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Cressida Cowell
Lot 2
£ 120
2
NOT STARTED
Joe Berger
Lot 3
£ 170
3
NOT STARTED
Rob Biddulph
Lot 33
£ 170
2
NOT STARTED
Jonny Duddle
Lot 4
£ 190
9
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Benji Davies
Lot 5
£ 110
1
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Laura Dockrill
Lot 6
£ 120
2
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Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet
Lot 7
£ 110
1
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Sophy Henn
Lot 8
£ 120
2
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Sharon King-Chai
Lot 9
£ 100
0
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Knife and Packer
Lot 1
£ 120
2
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Sarah McIntyre
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