What a lovely Easter theme for Illustration Friday. This one is from An Easter Prayer, published by Thomas Nelson. Happy Easter!
Friday, 29 March 2013
Friday, 14 December 2012
Another post for Illustration Friday - couldn't resist this one as I've just received my draft copy of a new book that I illustrated for Little Tiger Press called Dear Snowman which will be published next year. It's by Kathryn White and I'm excited about it because it's a lovely story - a real twist on the usual snowman books - and there are little extras such as postcards and stickers as well.
Here's one of the illustrations and a tiny bit of the story - a sneak preview for you!
That night, as Little Rabbit slept, the snow fell faster and faster. And something wonderful happened...
Saturday, 17 November 2012
Friday, 9 November 2012
This is the first time in ages I've had a chance to update my blog - sorry for being remiss but I've been happily working away on another book for Little Tiger Press called 'Dear Snowman' and I just finished it yesterday - hurrah! Starting a sweet new one for Franklin Watts next week so I'm squeezing in a post for Illustration Friday's subject this week - Tree
This is an illustration I did for Red House Children's Book Awards last year after my book 'Yuck!That's Not a Monster!' won the Younger Reader prize in 2011. It was used in the publicity for last year's prize.
I thought it fitted the bill perfectly!
Saturday, 1 September 2012
Just had my copies of On a Starry Night delivered - I love to see books that I have illustrated for the first time in the flesh! This is one of a number of books that I've done for Stripes Publishing - it has 10 great little stories all on a wintery theme by different authors. I illustrated the cover and all the drawings inside too!
Thursday, 30 August 2012
Just back from Edinburgh - this is the third year I've done an event up there and this year I did two! The festival was wonderful as usual and the weather was warm and sunny!! We had full houses at both events. The first one I did was with Tracey Corderoy, the author of 'Just One More' and we did storytelling, made our own book from scratch and all the children made beautiful rockets - all in under an hour!
The next day I did an event on my own - the story I read (voted for by the children) was 'Yuck! That's not a Monster!' and we made another brilliant book and then all the children made their own Little Rabbits to take home.
I love Edinburgh - fingers crossed they ask me to go back next year!