Alastair Heim’s fourth picture book HELLO DOOR made its debut on January 2, 2018. HELLO DOOR is a rhyming book illustrated by Alisa Coburn, who also illustrated Alastair’s LOVE YOU, TOO and is a retelling of Goldilocks and The Three Bears – featuring a sly, sneaky Mr. Fox who meet and greets everything he sees (and steals) with a polite “Hello!” Take a peek at HELLO DOOR here on Alastair’s website: http://www.alastairheim.com/books/#/hello-door/
Ariel Richardson at Chronicle has bought world rights to Heartlander Jenn Bailey‘s A FRIEND FOR HENRY, illustrated by Mika Song. Making friends is daunting for Henry, a boy on the autism spectrum. His best efforts are often misunderstood, but after an art project mix-up, and a Circle Time setback, Henry finds a way to build a friendship. The book is planned for spring 2019; the author was represented by Rosemary Stimola, and the illustrator by Erica Rand Silverman, both of Stimola Literary…
Heartlander Alastair Heim’s first picture book called LOVE YOU, TOO (Little Bee Books) was released on December 6th of this year. The story was illustrated by Alisa Coburn and features two pigs, a dad and his daughter, finishing each other’s sentences as they move throughout their day. Here’s the link on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Love-You-Too-Alastair-Heim/dp/1499801742/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1482936515&sr=1-1 ALSO, Shelf Awareness (Book Review Site) gave Love You, Too a starred review! It’s on the front page of their site, third book that comes…
Here’s a sneak peek at the front cover art for Heartlander Alastair Heim’s upcoming picture book NO TOOTING AT TEA! Book illustrations by Sara Not. http://www.alastairheim.com/books
The picture book I, FLY, written by Heartlander Bridget Heos, is having a great year! This weekend, FLY won a CYBILS award, decided by children’s book bloggers; last month, it was named a Texas 2×2 book; a Korean version is being published; and this spring (2016), it will be part of Scholastic Book Fairs and Clubs. People are finally starting to love flies! Here are some of the alternate covers that illustrator Jennifer Plecas created:
Jennifer Greene at Clarion has acquired Alastair Heim‘s picture book, No Tooting at Tea, to be illustrated by Sara Not, in which a perfectly proper tea party goes wrong when someone keeps breaking the no tooting rule. Publication is scheduled for spring 2017; Kelly Sonnack at Andrea Brown represented the author and Justin Rucker at Shannon Associates represented the illustrator in the deal for world rights.
Congratulations to Heartlander Alastair Heim! Alastair’s picture book LOVE YOU, TOO, to be illustrated by Alisa Coburn, is a read-together book in which a dad and child move through their day, finishing each other’s sentences, to Sonali Fry at Little Bee Books, by Kelly Sonnack of the Andrea Brown Literary Agency for the author (world).
Congratulations to HWKT’s Bridget Heos! Announced this week! For Disney-Hyperion, Stephanie Lurie acquired world rights to QUEEN DOG, a picture book by Bridget Brewster Heos. Kelly Sonnack at Andrea Brown Literary Agency, Inc. represented Heos (Mustache Baby). The book, set for winter 2017, is about a pampered canine who must deal with a new baby in his family. Alejandro O’Kif, who was represented by Justin Rucker at Shannon Associates, is illustrating. http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/industry-news/book-deals/article/65390-book-deals-week-of-january-26-2015.html
Kate Barsotti writes and illustrates middle grade fiction and books aimed at the younger set, such as board books and picture books. You can find out more at www.katebarsotti.com.
Jenny Whitehead is the author/illustrator of Lunch Box Mail (2001—a collection of poems from a child’s point of view), Holiday Stew (2007—poems based on holidays and seasons) and illustrator of Punctuation Celebration (2009—poems about punctuation marks written by Elsa Knight Bruno). She enjoys writing poetry, stories, and young adult fiction. Her artwork style involves painting and collage, layering cut paper and tissue paper. Her website is www.jennywhitehead.com.