CHILDREN’S BOOK ILLUSTRATOR OF THE WEEK SALLY ANNE LAMBERT
jeanniejeanniejeannie.co.uk BLOG Wednesday 23rd October 2019
Sally Anne Lambert is a tremendous artist. I first discovered her as I bought one of her Moongazer Cards at a beautiful shop, Mrs Noah’s in Fowey, Cornwall. Her cards are wonderful with small relevant verses on the reverse by Maureen Lambert.
Sally has illustrated many children’s books too, which help bring the words alive.
Books illustrated by Sally Anne Lambert
1984: ‘The Gingerbread Man’ by David Wood – Pavilion Books
1985: ‘Tess Leaves Home’ by Alix Nathan – Hamish Hamilton
1990: ‘Jim-Jam Pyjamas’ by Gina Wilson – Jonathan Cape
1993: ‘I Spy ABC’ by Sally Anne Lambert – Macmillan
1998: ‘Leon Gets a Scarecut’ by Alan McDonald – MacDonald Young Books
1998: ‘The Three Little Pigs’ – Ladybird
1998: ‘Best of Friends’ by Shen Roddie – Francis Lincoln
1999: ‘The Very Sleepy Pig’ by John Malam – Mustard Press
1999: ‘Hippety-Hop, Hippety-Hey’ by Opal Dunn – Francis Lincoln
1999: ‘Slender Ella and her Fairy Hogfarther’ by Vivien Sathre – Yearling
2000: ‘Simon Says’ by Shen Roddie – Frances Lincoln
2001: ‘Little Ones Do!’ by Jana Novotny Hunter – David and Charles
2002: ‘The Baddie’s Goodies’ by Angela McAllister – Bloomsbury
2004: ‘Gator Gumbo’ by Candace Flemming – Farrar Strauss Giroux
2005: ‘The Story of the Easter Bunny’ by Katherine Tegen – Harper Collins
2007: ‘The Magic Toyshop’ – D K Publishing
2008: ‘The Black Fox’ Kingfisher Book of Animal Stories – Kingfisher
2010: ‘The Teeny Weeny Walking Stick’ by Karen Hodgson – Hogs Back Books
2011: ‘The Story of the Leprechaun’ by Katherine Tegen – Harper Collins
2012: ‘The Yippy, Yappy Yorky in a Green Doggy Sweater’ by Debbie Macomber and Mary Lou Carney – Harper Collins
2013: ‘The Mice in the Churchyard’ by Kes Grey – Bloomsbury
Because I am a big fan of Kes Grey one of my favourites is The Mice in the Churchyard
The Mice in the Churchyard by Kes Gray (Author) Sally Anne Lambert (Illustrator)
Paperback: 32 pages
Age Range: 2-6 years
Publisher: Bloomsbury Children’s Books
Using tombstones for tables and headstones for seating,
The neighbourhood cats called a mice-catching meeting.
What are the churchyard cats to do? There are mice running all over the place and they need to be stopped! But mouse catching is not as easy as you’d think, and the cats soon find that no matter how many times they try, they always end up with empty paws . . .
MOONGAZER CARDS WEBSITE: http://moongazercards.com/
INSPIRATIONAL QUOTE FOR THE DAY
You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream. – C.S. Lewis
Happiness is… viewing illustrations by Sally Anne Lambert
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Did you hear about the semi-colon that broke the law? He was given two consecutive sentences.
Love is… Letting your heart rule your head
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Don’t Look Back In Anger – Oasis
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Wednesday 23rd October 2019
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