Marvellous Mazes

Published this month, Thomas Flintham's Marvellous Mazes is a beautifully rendered, intricate black-and-white puzzle book which will keep children absorbed for hours. They can find their way through the fur of a great bear, help squirrels reach nuts at the tops of trees and aid Astro Pete in his quest to find the perfect planet to make his new home.
Thomas Flintham's Marvellous Mazes is published by Scholastic. Thomas Flintham is represented by Arena.

Chickenworld

Here is a selection of artworks from Garry Parsons brand new picture book, ‘Chicken World’. Written by Sean Taylor, The Nestle children's book award winner and published by Random House, ‘Chicken World’ tells the tale of the Cluckalots family day out to the Chicken World theme park and their unexpected encounter with a hungry fox. Garry’s egg-cellent illustrations are full of fascinating detail and humour, which will have you clucking with laughter.

Garry Parsons is represented by Meiklejohn Illustration

Jasmina’s Giraffe

Alyana Cazalet has had huge fun working on Jasmina’s Giraffe for CHI and Partners.

Intended as a gift for one of their clients, Alyana produced black and white drawings with splashes of colour here and there. She says, "I had some freedom and flexibility on what to draw (which was great!). It was fun to draw also as I like stories with animal characters."

Alyana Cazalet is represented by Illustration Ltd

Cartoon Kid

Steve May's hilarious illustrations for Cartoon Kid, the first title in a new series written by Jeremy Strong has just been published by Puffin Books. Steve's characters from the book also featured in a recent Times Newspaper article to encourage pupils to join in the CAMPAIGN FOR FUN, which searches for the most fun school in Britain.

Steve May is represented by Arena

Alex T Smith

Fantastic Frankie and the Brain-Drain Machine, is published this month and features Alex T Smith's hilarious illustrations on the cover and throughout the book. This is Anna Kemp's first young fiction title telling the story of "F-for-failure" Frankie's escapades. He discovers that the headmaster has plans to turn the students into robot-like super-brains and this is his chance to save the day and change F-for-failure into F-for-fantastic! It's really worth checking out Alex's fantastic interpretation of the crazy characters: Frankie's friends, Neet and Wesley, Alphonsine, the French nanny and Colette, the poodle.

Fantastic Frankie and the Brain-Drain Machine is published by Simon & Schuster and available from all good book sellers.

Alex T.Smith is represented by Arena

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