Summer doodles & Funny Bunnies

A quick update, sorry I haven’t posted for a while (I wonder how many blogs start that way). It’s certainly been a busy time. Last week I finally delivered a/w for the new title HUGLESS DOUGLAS GOES TO LITTLE SCHOOL, which will eventually be published Spring 2015.

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Since then I’ve had year another wee knee operation (that’s four since Jan 2012, but who’s counting). Still, on the bright side, I’ve been working from home, which means I get to sit in the sunny garden and draw silly pictures for the forthcoming series I’m working on with wonderful author Vivian French.














And while I’m at it, a big thank you to my publisher Hodder Children’s Books for their Congratulations on Publication Day! Today, the two FUNNY BUNNIES board books are available…

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A spread form FUNNY BUNNIES RAIN OR SHINE (a board book of weather)…

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A spread from FUNNY BUNNIES Up and Down (a board book of opposites)…

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3 comments on “Summer doodles & Funny Bunnies

  1. Angela Kirchner on said:

    Oh dear… Instead of asking how your knee is and whether you will ever illustrate another authors book (again), I should just have read your blog… Whoopsie

  2. Madison on said:

    Funny Bunnies and Hugless Douglas Goes to Little School both look like very cute books. The colorful pictures and large font are easy to see for a read aloud and therefore inviting to children. The pictures are also very colorful and descriptive. This is important as the pictures can add to the students’ overall comprehension of the story and can also allow for a discussion in which teachers can ask questions and make predictions based on the pictures. I can see these books leading into an engaging lesson used for literary instruction and as a future teacher would definitely use them in my classroom!

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