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Timothy Knapman's first book for Macmillan was LITTLE OGRE'S SURPRISE SUPPER (978-0-2307-1270-6), illustrated by Ben Cort and the topsy-turvy pop-up book FANTASTICAL FLYING MACHINES (978-0-230-71339-0) illustrated by Simon Wild. He is also the author of the popular MUNGO series, illustrated by Adam Stower and GUESS WHAT I FOUND IN DRAGON WOOD, illustrated by Gwen Millward (Puffin). Also a playwright, Tim's work on various musicals, operas and plays has taken him all over the world. Timothy lives in Surrey.
David Walker has been drawing and painting all of his life. He graduated from the University of Kansas and was Art Director at Hallmark cards in Kansas City before starting his own business. He now works on a variety of illustration projects, from children’s books and greetings cards to fabric and scrapbook supplies, and all from his studio in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. David’s life is a tangle of dogs, cats and kids, and his art is inspired by all the wonderful chaos that comes with them.
This book is great and has wonderful drawings. The story is nice as well and the children can read along with it as well. Read morePublished on 16 Mar. 2012 by R. Patel
My first criticism of this book would be that it was supplied without an age recommendation, so, upon arrival and a quick glance, discovered that it was definitely unsuitable for... Read morePublished on 13 Mar. 2012 by R. Wallace
The best part of the book is the design, all the illustrations are absolutely gorgeous, my 6 year old daughter adores them. Read morePublished on 11 Mar. 2012 by Coffee & Vanilla
This is a very nicely illustrated book with a simple,yet engaging story of an easter bunny who delivers the wrong eggs to the animals. Read morePublished on 4 Mar. 2012 by @iGlinavos
This book is initially quite appealing as it's a nice sized hardback with a glittery cover. The illustrations are nice, too. Read morePublished on 21 Feb. 2012 by Miss Marple