The Fundamentals of Illustration – review

By reading this, aspiring illustrators will feel far more confident in their subject knowledge and will have an idea of what they need to do in order to develop themselves into a creative professional, who has the required practical skills and aptitude for a successful career.

This Book is Anti-Racist – review

Reviewer Karl Foster believes that This Book Is Anti-Racist will help children to help their elders to understand the inequities of racial prejudice and the work necessary to help them to ‘change their minds.’

Look for Ladybird in Plant City – Review

Manolessou has a gift for creating a composition which fills a page, yet leaves room for the image to breathe. Swarming with creatures and scenes, this book is a delight.

Nu Dang and His Kite – book review

Ayer’s picture books set out to give a form to her countless pen and ink drawings made travelling along the canals, in and around the markets, workshops and streets of Bangkok.

Very Heath Robinson – book review

‘His humour turned on taking things to the extremes’ says author Adam Hart-Davis on his subject, humourist (and excellent draftsman) Heath Robinson.

Elephant On The Moon – book review

Written and illustrated by Mikołaj Pasiński and Gosia Herba Published by Centrala ISBN: 978-0-9933951-2-3 Review by Allie Oldfield Limited colour palettes have become quite a favourable design quirk in children’s..