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Name: Bárður Oskarsson
Born: 1972, Tórshavn.
Selected work: Wilbert
Awards and nominations: 
Won the West Nordic Children’s Literature Prize (2006),
Won the Faroese Children’s Literature Award (2007), 
White Raven Special Mention by the Internationale Jugendbibliothek München (2006)
Awarded a White Raven in 2013 for “The quarrel over the good grass” 
Nominated for the Panprize 2016 ny IBBY - Sweden.
Two-time nominee for the Nordic Council's Children and Young Adult Literature Prize in 2014 and 2016
Awarded a White Raven in 2016 for "Wilbert"

Bárður Oskarsson is a Faroese author and illustrator. The first book he illustrated was one of his grandfather’s in 1992 titled ‘Undir tussafjøllum’. Since then he has illustrated books for several Faroese authors. In 2004 he published A Dog, a Cat and a Mouse, which he both wrote and illustrated. Bárður Oskarsson’s unique style resembles minimalist cartoon illustrations and clearly convey moods and atmospheres in a tiny wink or a minute movement.

Children’s books
2016 Wilbert (BFL)
2012 Stríðið um tað góða grasið (BFL)
2011 Flata kaninin (BFL)
2007 Beinið (BFL)
2007 Pól, hin kuli giraffurin (BFL)
2004 Ein hundur, ein ketta og ein mús (BFL)

Translations
2017 Where are you, Wilbert? Owlkids Books Inc. 
2017 Kampen om det gode græs, Torgard. Translated by Hugin Eide
2016 ΠΛΟCKURT 3AEK, AaMRH RKOB
2016 Sploščeni zajec, Zalozba Zala. Translated by Darko Cuden
2015 Flata kanínan, Bókaormurinn
2015 Den platta kaninen, Kabusa Böcker
2015 En hund, en katt och en mus, Kabusa Böcker
2014 Placatý Králík, Svojtka&Co
2014 The flat rabbit, Owlkids Books Inc.
2013 Den flate kaninen, Orkana
2013 En hund, en katt og ei mus, Orkana. 
2013 Das platte Kaninchen, Jacoby & Stuart
2011 Den flade kanin, Torgard.
2009 Poul, en cool giraf, Torgard.
2008 Kødbenet, Torgard.
2008 En hund, en kat og en mus, Torgard. Translated by Hugin Eide
2007 Hundurinn, kötturin og músin, Mál og menning. Translated by SigÞtrúður Gunnarsdóttir
2006 Le chien, le chat et la souris. Circonflexe. Translated by Daniel Vassaux

Special editions for Frankfurt Book Fair 2011
A dog, a cat and a mouse. Translated by Marita Thomsen.
Ein Hund, eine Katze und eine Maus. Translated by Inga Meincke.