Category Archives: Children’s book illustration

On the phone, again

From The world in there Rainbow Reader in Rubbish box, CUP  

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Monkey business

The caption -if you can’t read it – says ‘A chimpanzee threading a needle. These monkeys can be taught to sew quite well!’ I think it’s a perfect way to herald the arrival of a book about a monkey illustrated … Continue reading

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A school made out of toilets?

from “At School, what if…?” It helps if you don’t want to be caught short.

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Grasshopper slide

from “Psst…have you heard?” African Suitcase Some strange things happen in a classroom, to that I can attest.

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Laughing your teeth out of your mouth

from “At School, what if…?”

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No bursting this bubble

From “Psst…Have you heard?”, African Suitcase

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Dog Rules

from “Psst…Have you heard?”, African Suitcase School rules are one thing, dog rules say never put out your hand on top of a strange dog’s head.  

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Yacking on the phone

from ” Psst…Have you heard?”,  African Suitcase It’s something that we ladies like to do whether there is something important to say or not.

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Old Man Africa

Might be old, might be burdened, but he’s edging us out to sea with his feet, the mischievous old sod. Illustration from the story “Old Man Africa” in the collection “An African Suitcase”

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Namibia book complete

An addition to the Children of Southern Africa series published by Duzi Publishers

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