Saturday, 10 April 2010


My latest book is now on release. Outside-in, written by Clare Smallman, published by Frances Lincoln in the UK,  is a new edition of a classic non-fiction lift-the-flap book on the human body. First released in the 1980's, it's been completely re-illustrated by yours truely. The US edition will be released shortly by Barron's Educational.
In a previous post I gave some sneak preview of the interior art. Here's the cover, the book is available through Amazon UK and other retail outlets, ISBN-13: 978-1847800220

From the Cover Blurb:

What is blood? Why do I get puffed when I run? What would happen if we didn't have bones? Why do I get goose bumps? Does my food go into my legs? The answers to these and many more questions can be found in this lift-the-flap body book. Clare Smallman's simple, clear text combine with John Shelley's lively illustrations to make this a perfect introduction to how the body works.


Angela said...

Oh, I always loved these was my prep for PT school!

Abi said...

Congratulations! :O)

Gillian McClure said...

Yes, congratulations from me too.

Taylor Phillips said...

looks great :)