Lee Wildish shortlisted for the Red House Children’s Book Award 2011

Lee Wildish is shortlisted for the Red House Children’s Book Award 2011, for his illustrations in the stunning picture book ‘Dragon Stew’, written by Steve Smallman & published by Little Tiger Press. Young audiences predict what is about to happen when five bored Vikings go looking for an adventure, packed full of amusing illustration and character, this book is not one to miss!
www.redhousechildrensbookaward.co.uk. Lee Wildish is represented by The Bright Agency

Country Companions – illustrated by Simon Taylor-Kielty is set for Spanish publication

We can announced that two books based on hit Hallmark brand, Country Companions, are set to be published in Spain. Although the titles, Love and Dearest Mum, have only just been published in the UK through Egmont, Spanish publishing rights have already been snapped up by Ediciones B. Both books have been written by Helen Ford with illustrations by Simon Taylor-Kielty and feature the cast of the Country Companions brand, including Tom Mouse, Ed Hedgehog, Sam Rabbit and Badger.

Simon Taylor-Kielty is represented by The Bright Agency

Louis The Tiger Who Came From The Sea

This sensational image is just a taste of the many from Sholto Walker’s latest children’s book “Louis The Tiger Who Came From The Sea”.

Published soon, Sholto worked very closely with Canada/US based publishers Annick Press on the 28 artworks. They were very clear about the Tiger character they wanted, Sholto says: "…he went through many versions! They've since let me know how very happy they are with the result." More about the book.

Sholto Walker is represented by Illustration Ltd

“Dinosaur Cove”

Bright's long-time artist Mike Spoor has been making headlines with his illustrations for 'Dinosaur Cove',  by Devon writer Helen Greathead, described as a "friendly, funny approach to the most exciting dinosaurs around".  An immensely popular fictional series about dinosaurs, Mike's continued success is due to his expressive line-art and engaging illustrations.

Richard Johnson’s Alice in Wonderland pop up book!

Richard Johnson has recently been working hard on a fantastic new version of Alice in Wonderland. This timeless classic by Lewis Carroll, has been given a revamp with Richard's trademark style and rich colour, and is beautifully realised in 3D with it's glorious pop up pages.

Richard Johnson is represented by the Organisation

Carol Liddiment award!

Great news for Carol Liddiment, as a book she illustrated had just won the Sharjah World Book Fair Children's Book Award for 2010! 'How Many Donkeys?' is a charming Arabic counting tale retold by Margaret Read MacDonald and Nadiah Jameel Taibah and Carol's beautiful illustrations really do make the story come alive. Congratulations to all!

Carol Liddiment is represented by The Organisation

Just Published!

Adam Stower has created wonderfully wintery cover and inside artwork for Bloomsbury's latest young fiction title, Odd and the Frost Giants, written by Neil Gaiman winner of the Carnegie Medal 2010. The book tells the story of twelve-year old Odd, a young Viking boy who goes on a tremendous quest to reclaim Thor's Hammer, outwit the evil frost giants and release the trapped Norse gods.
Adam works in brush line with indian ink on paper, he perfectly captures the narrative of the adventure story, bringing the characters to life with his sensitive drawing skills.
Adam Stower is represented by Arena

Just published!

Alex T Smith's brand new picture book Egg, has just been published by Hodder Children's Books. The story revolves around the delectable Foxy DuBois who invites Egg into her house for a bite to eat. Unfortunately for Egg, Foxy concocts a cunning plan to turn him into breakfast, but she is in for a big surprise when Egg finally hatches…
This funny story has already had some egg-cellent reviews as featured on The Bookbag:
"It's silly, silly and silly some more, and that's what makes it brilliant. Alex T Smith's illustrations fuel the enjoyment... If you're not in fits of giggles by and because of the back endpaper, there's something wrong with you!"
This is Alex’s sixth picture book. Egg is out now and available from all good booksellers.
Alex T. Smith is represented by Arena
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