Authors & Artists

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  • Jaime Jaime
  • Dick Dick

    Dick King-Smith

    One of the world’s favourite children’s book authors, Dick was named Children’s Book Author of the Year in 1991.
  • Nicola Nicola
  • Rudyard Rudyard

    Rudyard Kipling

    Probably best known as the author of 'The Jungle Book' Kipling is an international favourite with readers young and old.
  • Marta Marta

    Marta Kissi

    I completed my first year of graphic design at university in Poland but since I really didn’t enjoy the course I was studying I went on to do an Art Foundation, I bagged myself a Degree in Illustration and Animation at Kingston University and mastered my Masters at the Royal College of Art! My favourite part of the job is designing the characters. I think there’s something quite magical in seeing them taking shape as a result of the author’s words and a sprinkle of my imagination.
  • Satoshi Satoshi

    Satoshi Kitamura

    A renowned children's author and illustrator whose quirky perspectives and brilliant watercolours won him the Mother Goose Award for the Most Exciting Newcomer to British Illustration 1983.
  • Jon Jon

    Jon Klassen

    Jon Klassen has created illustrations for popular series The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place and served as an illustrator on the animated feature film Coraline. His illustrations for Caroline Stutson's Cats Night Out won the Governor General Award in 2010. I Want My Hat Back is the first book he has both written and illustrated. Originally from Niagara Falls, Canada, he lives in Los Angeles, USA.
  • Noah Noah
  • Timothy Timothy

    Timothy Knapman

    I have written lots of picture book stories (including Mungo and the Picture Book Pirates, Dinosaurs in the Supermarket and Eleanor’s Eyebrows) and a few books for older children (of which my favourite is My Uncle Foulpest: Dinosaur Disaster). I write funny stories mostly, and, when I’m not writing for children, I write plays and I co-write musicals (with clever people who can write music because I can’t). I live in Surrey, which is very nice – but disappointingly empty of dragons.
  • Jo Jo