Written by Garrick Webster
Ben Jennings collaborated with Ted Baker for their in-store window display and festive website animation for their Christmas 2016 campaign. Ben, who is well known for his rapier wit when it comes to satirical cartoons, was a perfect match for Ted Baker's irreverent sense of humour:
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.
Coming soon published on October the 6th 2016 is the third hilarious children's novel from Demolition Dad and Superhero Street author Phil Earle, illustrated by Waterstones Children's Book Prize shortlisted artist, Sara Ogilvie.
As with the previous titles, The War Next Door features black and white illustrations throughout.....
Neal Layton's marvellous new book, The Invincible Tony Spears is out now! This is the first in a new series that Neal has been working on for nearly 3 years, the culmination of a life long interest in space exploration and science fiction.
I’m Hungry is Jorge Martin’s debut author/illustrated picture book being released on July 7th and published by Penguin. It’s a heart-warming and comical tale of a naughty little dragon who mistakes her jungle friends for dinner until Mummy dragon swoops in to save the day!
Illustrator Jarvis & Author Steven Butler
Q: Steven, how did the pairing come about? Did you see Jarvis’ work – or were you introduced to each other by Penguin?
The winners of the Blue Peter Best Story Award, author Pamela Butchart and Arena illustrator Thomas Flintham are back with their fifth book in the series, To Wee or Not to Wee. Our heroine, Izzy can't wait to tell her friends what happens in Shakespeare's exciting, scary and humorous plays, full of battles, loads of gore, witches, ghosts and even talking trees - they are the best stories ever.