Discover the true story of American Isaac Stern, the man who saved Carnegie Hall, in the picture book biopic The Greatest Song of All, written by Megan Hoyt and illustrated by Katie Hickey (HarperCollins). Katie’s pieces have wonderful period detail in this inspiring tale of perseverance and preservation.
Hiba Noor Khan’s timely non-fiction book, One Home (Macmilllan Children’s Books) tells the inspiring stories of 18 young activists from around the world. With stunning full colour illustrations throughout by Rachael. Also check out this vibrant cover for The Blackthorn Branch written by Carnegie nominated author Elen Caldecott (Andersen Press)
We love these gorgeous new pieces from Cindy which showcase the energy of her line and quirky joy of her characters. Cindy is currently working on her second author/illustrated project with Macmillan Children’s Books, which we can’t wait share with you soon. But she’s also looking ahead to picking her next illustration project, so do get in touch if you have a text that you think Cindy’s style would suit.
Robin was paired with illustrator Katie Kear (The Bright Agency) to jointly illustrate the cover and interiors of The Underpants of Chaos, a hilarious new series written by Jenny Pearson and Sam Copeland. The result is a mash-up of comic styles featuring a cast of brilliant characters and some laugh out loud visual moments. Out now with Puffin Books.
Comic artist and graphic novel author Phil has been busy. His second Kitty Quest adventure hits the shelves in the UK and US this July AND his second collaboration with author Tom Allen sees The Cartoons That Saved the World coming from Chicken House in August. Looks like 2022 is the Summer of comics fun from Phil.
Some excellent teen and YA novels hit bookshelves in June and July from our author. Don’t miss the new series from Jo Simmons – The Reluctant Vampire Queen (Hot Key Books) and it’s a joy to see readers return to Julia Tuffs’ characters with Twice Hexed, the sequel to her debut novel Hexed, (Orion Children’s Books).