We are totally delighted that this weeks Number One spot on the Children's Books US Indie List and The New York Times Book Review Children's Best Sellers List is by our talented David Roberts and writer Andrea Beaty! Along with their previous title Rosie Revere Engineer also achieving Number Eight on The New York Times Book Review Children's Best Sellers List!
Artist Partners are celebrating yet again with the news that Paul Young has been shortlisted for the much coveted David Gemmell Award which will be announced at this year's Fantasy-con at the Fantasy/ Sci Fi convention in Scarborough.
We love Adam Stower's latest cover illustration for Alistair Grim's Odd Aquaticum, written by Gregory Funaro and recently published by Alma Books.
Harper Collins US latest non-fiction title,Sounds All Around, written by Wendy Pfeffer is beautifully illustrated by Anna Chernyshova. Her charming characters and colourful environments help explain to preschoolers and toddlers the science behind sounds by showing how vibrations travel through the air to your ears so you can hear them, how sound is measured and what different sounds mean.
Football fan and Arena illustrator, Spike Gerrell was the perfect choice for Walker Book's non-fiction title, Football School: Where Football Rules the World, published this month. Written by bestselling sports writers and broadcasters, Alex Bellos and Ben Lyttleton, this is the first in a new series of books that explains the world through the prism of football. Readers can find the answers for all manner of subjects such as history, geography, biology and maths.
Alan Kitching / Crossrail
Alan Kitching is one of the world’s foremost practitioners of letterpress typographic design and printmaking. Alan Kitching is renowned for his expressive use of wood and metal letterforms in creating visuals for commissions and his own limited edition prints.
Rosie was commissioned from across the pond , by INSTYLE magazine to create a series of on trend illustrations for their September issue . These are such a refreshing use of illustration and I couldn't be more pleased with the results. Hugely proud of Rosie, and a delighted client as well !
This edition of “The Insider” takes a look at Bright artist Steph Laberis’ successful partnership with Little Golden Books. Since 1942, the renowned company has been publishing beloved books for children, including two of our favorites, My Little Golden Book About Sharks and The Little Grumpy Cat that Wouldn’t. Read on for Steph’s thoughts on collaboration, design, and capturing the essence of Grumpy Cat: