Author Tags: Kidlit & Young Adult, Publishing
Born on January 17, 1968 in Smithers, B.C. He studied Fine Art at UVic, and was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 2004. His practice includes carving gem stones, making sculptures, drawing pictures, writing stories, and publishing books.
Ten Counting Cat was awarded second prize in the Alcuin Awards for "excellence in book design in Canada". Written by Malcolm Chaplin and designed by Robert Chaplin, in association with nanoscientists at Simon Fraser University, their Teeny Ted from Turnip Town reputedly became the world's smallest publication, at 69 x 97 micrometres square, when it appeared in 2007.
Brussels Sprouts & Unicorns also received an Alcuin design award in 2010.
Alien Alphabet (Raincoast Books 1994)
The Matchbook-a fireside fable (Library Editions inc. 2001)
Ten Counting Cat (Library Editions inc. 2005)
The Elephant Book (Library Editions inc. 2006)
Teeny Ted from Turnip Town (2007)
Delicious Chicken Soup (Library Editions inc. 2008)
Brussels Sprouts & Unicorns (Library Editions inc. 2009)
The Elves & The Shoemaker: Shoes by John Fluevog (Library Editions 2016). Adapted and illustrated by Robert Chaplin rca
Photo Credit: Hélène Gauchou
[BCBW 2016] "Publishing" "Kidlit"