illustrations

Mama Gone Geek

Mama Gone Geek

Mama Gone Geek: Calling On My Inner Science Nerd to Help Navigate the Ups and Downs of Parenthood.
I've had the honour to illustrate the Chinese version of this very successful parenting book.
It's a very pleasant read, full of nice humour.
I wish I was as interested in science as the author.

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Col's Big Australian Adventure

Col's Big Australian Adventure

This is my first eBook project. The story is so adorable, so cute and I could see every scene that I had to illustrate straight away.

The story is about a dog's big adventure. It was written in 1998 with the author's lovely puppy on his lap. In 2013, the beautiful big dog Col passed away aged 15. This story is a tribute to him and the love he bought to the author's life.

To purchase the eBook, please go to http://www.ebookdynasty.net/Family/ColAussieAdventure/indexEN.html

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Anansi's New Web

Anansi's New Web

This adorable story is about how the cunning spider goes about making a brand new web - without doing any hard work himself!

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Das Doppelte Lottchen

Das Doppelte Lottchen

It's always challenging to illustrate children's classic literature.
I'm really glad that I have been commissioned to illustrate the Chinese version of the famous Das Doppelte Lottchen written by Erich Kästner.
I've really enjoyed visualising the story in my style. The client was happy with my work too.

The Magic Bicycle

The Magic Bicycle

This is one of the Ransom Reading Stars books suitable for young English language learners.
I was given 10 days to do this project. It was a very tight deadline but I still managed it.

Shakespeare

Shakespeare

This is an educational picture book which introduces Shakespeare to young learners.

Fluffy & Coffee

Fluffy & Coffee

This is a very touching story of a lady and two stray dogs.
This lovely lady, the author, rescued two stray dogs from the streets and they had become important family members!

It's very difficult not to shed a tear when reading this book.