A few words with author & illustrator Steve Antony on his passion for The Queen & his work

Nov 30 2016

The first time I saw a book by Steve Antony was The Queen’s Hat at the National Gallery’s shop. I totally fell in love with all his picture books and sense of humour. Just read this interview with Steve to understand why I love him so much. Ah, by the way my 10 year old son Diego also loves his books. With themes ranging from the Queen to ‘saying please’ to the futility of war,¬†Steve Antony’s picture books are must haves in every personal library. Steve has just published a lovely Christmas book, The Queen’s present. It’s most certainly my favorite Christmas book this year.

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Stocking fillers ideas: Ladybird Books for Grown-Ups

Nov 24 2016

The Ladybird books for grown-ups series are Vintage looking books with modern wit created by J.A. Hazeley and J.P. Morris for Penguin Random House. They are ideal gifts for Christmas, perfect stocking fillers for those adults who are not generally avid readers and love munching on large clear texts with humour.

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Horrible Histories illustrator Martin Brown chats about his latest book Lesser Spotted Animals

Nov 22 2016

It was a great honour talking to Horrible Histories illustrator  Martin Brown about his latest book Lesser Spotted Animals and his great career.

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