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Debbie Powell graduated in 2007 with a degree in Illustration from The Arts Institute Bournemouth. Silkscreen printing, collage and painting, along with a strong discipline of pen and pencil drawing, all play a part in creating Debbie’s imagery. Debbie codesigns a handmade jewellery range with her sister called Rah and Rah. Debbie has worked for an array of clients, including Carluccio's, Jamie Oliver, Marks & Spencer, Tesco, The Guardian, The Independent and The Natural History Museum. She has also illustrated many books, such as Make It Grow, 101 Classic Cookbooks, Shiny Touch Trucks, Shiny Touch Animals and Walk this World at Christmas Time. Debbie is based in Dorset, UK.
With the Easter holidays on the horizon, this is a particularly attractive and appealing activity book. Children will find over 100 different things to do, including drawing and colouring in, word games and look and find, as well as some simple craft activities. All of the activities are themed on the UK countryside and wildlife so while having fun, readers will also learn about the animals, plants and insects around us, and even the sky above our heads, and will feel inspired to go out and see things for themselves. The illustrations by Debbie Powell are stylish and eye-catching while the text is engaging and direct. Interactive, educational and lots of fun too.
This unusual interactive picture book is full of interesting lessons on the natural world for very young children. Each spread features a different natural habitat, from the back garden to the mountain top via meadows and deserts. Four lines of rhyming text set each scene and issue a challenge, then it’s up to the reader to lift the large die-cut flaps and see what’s growing underneath. The illustrations are mostly in muted mono-colours, but the stylised plants, berries and insects underneath the flaps are represented in vibrant colour. This will be very satisfying for young children, and is a visual feast for grown-ups too. ~ Andrea Reece
Step outside, open this book and embrace the nature all around you throughout the day. A fantastic activity book to inspire half term holidays and outdoor activities as well as indoor fun for rainy days. In the morning, design your very own nature trail, seek and find caterpillars or cut out pages to make a beautiful snail shell. In the afternoon, why not make some decorative bunting for a garden party? And then find your way through the bumblebee maze or colour in a butterfly's wings. At night time, spot constellations dancing across the sky. In this beautiful interactive book illustrated by the wonderful and talented Debbie Powell, you can explore nature throughout the day - uncovering birds, bugs, plants, animals and so much more. Published in partnership with the RSPB, the largest wildlife conservation charity in Europe with over 1.2 million members and partner of Bird Life International, this book provides fun for the whole family.
A composite of global cultures, Walk this World at Christmas Time celebrates the similarities, as well as the exotic differences in the way people celebrate Christmas around the globe. Travel to a new continent or country with every turn of the page, it's the perfect christmas gift.
A wonderful new truck book with charming illustrations and eye-catching shapes to feel. Watch some amazing trucks doing their hard work. Feel their shiny wheels and shapes and join in with their noisy sounds. Puff with the steam roller, whirr with the cement mixer and go brrm with the digger! But can you guess what they are building? A wonderfully tactile book with exciting, dynamic illustrations.
A fresh new animal book for babies, with charming illustrations and eye-catching shapes to feel. Come meet the shiny animals! Roar with the lion and feel his mane. Laugh with the monkey as you tickle his tummy, but beware the snapping crocodile! With shiny shapes to touch for sensory development, animal noises to sound together and stylish and endearing illustrations, this book will encourage a lifelong love of books.
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