Abby Carter is a wonderful children’s illustrator, among other things. Take a look at her website to see all that she does. We’re honoring Dad’s for Father’s Day this weekend and showing some of Abby’s illustrations she created for several children’s books, like Daddy’s Zigzagging Bedtime Story.
Suzanne Beaky’s super animated chicken grabs the attention of those little ones. A prolific published illustrator, Suzanne created this personality plus chicken for the children’s book Chicken Licken‘, published by Heinemann Publishing.
The book is party of the Shared Reading Books series, which are oversided books that the teacher reads to a group of children. Let us tell you, they are entranced by the story and Suzanne’s fun and often silly art. We want to share a little bit of the book along with Suzanne’s illustration.
Suzanne is represented by Liz Sanders Agency and you can check out more of her work on her rep’s website.
One day Chicken Licken was pecking around for seeds to eat.
Then all of a sudden a big acorn fell on his head.
“What was that?” he asked.
He looked up at the sky.
And then he got very worried.
Liz Sanders Agency artists, Amy Ning and Kyle Poling, have been busy scaring up some seriously great illustrations.
Kyle Poling created all kinds of cute Halloween characters for a fun and lively children’s book. Author Ilanit Oliver wrote Ten Flying Brooms for Scholastic Corporation, which Kyle happily illustrated bringing the educational children’s story to life. The counting story is filled with all sorts of rhyming and high-flying bats, witches and broomsticks and is sure to keep kids engaged and learning.
Kyle Poling has been extremely busy this summer – as you can see by the illustrations below titled “Family Fun in the Summer”. Kyle’s passion for drawing began in childhood, and along the way he has followed his dream and turned it into an impressive career. Kyle has illustrated fun and engaging images over the years for an esteemed client list including National Geographic Kids, Scholastic, American Greetings and Houghton Mifflin, just to name a few. With a current focus on children’s illustration for K-4th grade, Kyle has illustrated over 30 children’s books, hundreds of greeting cards and imagery for education companies.
We love his illustrations below and they give us some ideas for our last weeks of summer adventure!