Selected Books Illustrated By Stephen Cartwright
- Civardi, Anne; Graham-Campbell, James (2003). The Usborne Time Traveller Viking Raiders. Usborne. ISBN 978-0-7460-3073-8.
- Rawson, Christopher; Stephen, Cartwright (1979). The Usborne Book of Dragons. Usborne. ISBN 0-86020-336-0.
- Rawson, Christopher; Stephen, Cartwright. The Usborne Book of Witches. Usborne.
- Rawson, Christopher; Stephen, Cartwright. The Usborne Book of Giants. Usborne.
- Rawson, Christopher; Stephen, Cartwright. The Usborne Book of Princes & Princesses. Usborne.
- Rawson, Christopher; Stephen, Cartwright. The Usborne Book of Gnomes, Goblins & Fairies. Usborne.
- Rawson, Christopher; Stephen, Cartwright (1980). The Usborne Book of Wizards. Usborne. ISBN 0-86020-380-8.
- Rawson, Christopher; Stephen, Cartwright (1981). The Usborne Book of Robbers. Usborne. ISBN 0-86020-569-X.
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