Helen Lang illustrates the newly released Billy-William Bigheart children's stories for Little Barn Books.
Aleksei Bitskoff is back with more fantastic illustrations for BAFTA winning children's TV presenters Sam & Mark's second children's fiction title.
Two years ago, Steve May's dream came true when he landed his dream job of illustrating his favourite comic book hero, Dennis the Menace. This month sees the publication of the sixth and final book, The Diary of Dennis the Menace: The Great Escape, (Puffin) written by Steven Butler.
Sharon Pinsker's work and her own very unique style is highly praised, and is described as being beautiful with a clean line and a spontaneous and effective fashion flair, which is both atmospheric and ethereal, and evokes ultimate style and aspiration.
Joel Millerchip is an illustrator that translates briefs into visual stories of curly-haired characters, fantastic beasts, and distorted scenes. He draws influence from talking to real people, his own warped memories, and mythology. Joel is also a founding member of illustrators collective Brothers Of The Stripe.
Prankmaster General is back again in The Diary of Dennis The Menace: Canine Carnage. This is the fifth book in the successful series written by Steven Butler and illustrated by the very talented Steve May. Steve's illustrations almost leap off the page with an energy that equals the comic writing.