Inspiring Young Readers
Walter Trier posted on 22 Oct 2017
Those who have heard of Walter Trier will probably know him pretty much exclusively as the man who illustrated Erich Kästner’s Emil books.
Sue Heap posted on 17 Sep 2017
I don’t have many claims to fame but perhaps one I do have is that this illustrator was in my class at a secondary convent school ...
Margery Gill posted on 24 Aug 2017
Anyone who loves the great Oxford University Press children’s classics or those fabulous vintage Puffin books of the 1960s and 70s ....
Hilda Boswell posted on 03 Aug 2017
Boswell was born in Hackney in 1903 into a comfortable middle class background – her father was a well-established architect.
Children’s Book Illustrators in India posted on 09 Jul 2017
Telling Tales: Children’s literature in India is a 1995 volume of essays edited by Amit Dasgupta and containing a short but interesting essay by Mohini Rao
Pauline Baynes posted on 26 Jun 2017
I find it almost impossible to think about C.S. Lewis’s Nania fantasy without the drawings of Pauline Baynes...
Garth Williams posted on 16 Jun 2017
Garth Williams may not be a name that readily springs into your mind when it comes to naming the great children’s book illustrators.
Tomie de Paola posted on 02 Jun 2017
This prolific much loved American illustrator has now illustrated over 250 picture and chapter books ...
Eric Winter posted on 18 May 2017
I’ve never been a big reader of Ladybird books: at the age I might have been reading them I was much more interested in comics.
Jean de Brunhoff. posted on 05 Apr 2017
The name of Jean de Brunhof is synonymous with one fantastic creation – Babar the Elephant.