I am a freelance children's illustrator with over 10 years experience working both with publishing houses and self-published authors. My whimsical style is created digitally using Adobe Illustrator although I do also create traditional pencil drawings. I am currently studying a Masters postgraduate degree in Illustration to complement and enhance my own narrative stories.
Being nice, courteous and polite is emphasized in this colorful book. Everyday children encounter different situations- some difficult, others not so difficult to deal with. This book points out why it is important to choose our words carefully and wisely.
No Room for George is a sweet story about acceptance and kindness to others who are different-even big, goofy Great Danes! George, a stray who is given a second chance by a new owner, tries hard to make friends with Rocky and Randy. But the two pure bred terriers just tease him about being a stray... until the night George saves their lives in an act of heroism. From that day on, Rocky and Ran... read more
Even with all the other selections to be found in the house, a girl makes a delicious salad for her lunch one day, with the help of her mom.
Was Little Jack Horner a squatter? "Baa Baa Black Sheep" a bleat about taxation? What did Jack and Jill really do on that hill? Chris Roberts reveals the seamy and quirky stories behind our favorite nursery rhymes. Nursery rhymes are rarely as innocent as they seem—there is a wealth of concealed meaning in our familiar childhood verse. More than a century after Queen Victoria decided that chil... read more
Hedgehog, Badger and Rabbit want to know what is on the other side of the wall. They stretch and stretch, but they cannot see. Help comes from a small friend; Mouse. The Other Side of the Wall is a ook-banded reading book for early readers, carefully levelled at Blue Book Band for guided reading. Beautifully illustrated throughout, this charming 202-word non-fiction book is suitable for ages 5... read more
A frog who lives in a deep, dark well, is very happy there. He ignores the calls of the birds to see the wider world. But then, one day, everything changes. A retelling of a popular traditional fable from Taiwan. The Frog in the Well is a phonics-based reading book, covering the fourth phase of letters and sounds that children learn in school, with the focus on alternative letters and sounds f... read more
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