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Telling Stories with Pictures

Find out why Rob Biddulph says writing a book is like ‘making a film’ and see how he uses both words and illustrations to tell stories.

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Rob Biddulph

Once upon a time Rob Biddulph was the art director of the Observer Magazine but, by night, he made up silly stories for his three daughters and drew pictures to go with them. Now, making up those silly stories and the pictures that go with them is how Rob makes a living! He writes and illustrates his own picture books and has illustrated many books by other writers. Rob is this year’s official World Book Day illustrator.

Website: www.robbiddulph.com
Twitter: @RobBiddulph
Facebook: @robbiddulphauthor
Instagram: @rbiddulph

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Blown Away

Illustrated by: Rob Biddulph
Published by: HarperCollins

Wide Awake

Illustrated by: Rob Biddulph
Published by: HarperCollins

Odd Dog Out

Illustrated by: Rob Biddulph
Published by: HarperCollins

Dinosaur Juniors: Give Peas a Chance

Illustrated by: Rob Biddulph
Published by: HarperCollins

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