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Illustration by Akin Duzakin from 'Hvorfor er jeg her?' – written by Constance Ørbeck-Nilssen, published by Magikon Forlag

The Theatre of Illustration

The third in the series, Is There a Dog in This Book? was published in The addition of the dog was to “keep readers happy” after they kept asking her to write a book about dogs instead of cats.

Illustration by Cristina Sitja Rubio from 'Etranges Créatures / Strange Creatures' – written by Cristóbal León and published by Éditions Notari, Switzerland

Akin Duzakin

Akin Duzakin

Illustration by Akin Duzakin from 'Hvorfor er jeg her? / Why am I here?' – written by Constance Ørbeck-Nilssen, published by Magikon Forlag

Illustration by Akin Duzakin from 'Hvorfor er jeg her?' – written by Constance Ørbeck-Nilssen, published by Magikon Forlag

Illustration by Valerio Vidali – from 'Jemmy Button'

Illustration by Valerio Vidali – from 'Jemmy Button'

Illustration by Vitali Konstantinov – from 'Seis Barbudos / Six Bearded Men' (written by Mar Pavón)

Illustration by Vitali Konstantinov – from 'Seis Barbudos / Six Bearded Men' (written by Mar Pavón)

Artwork for 'Mulegutten' by Øyvind Torseter – published by Cappelen Damm

The Heartless Troll, a children's book based on Norse mythology, written and illustrated by Oyvind Terseter from Norway

Illustration from ’Wild’ by Emily Hughes – published by Flying Eye Books

The best British children's illustrators in the Bratislava awards – in pictures

Illustration by Akin Duzakin from 'Hvorfor er jeg her? / Why am I here?' – written by Constance Ørbeck-Nilssen, published by Magikon Forlag

Illustration by Akin Duzakin from 'Hvorfor er jeg her?' – written by Constance Ørbeck-Nilssen, published by Magikon Forlag

Illustration from ’Secrets in the Woods’ by Jimmy Liao – published by Locus Publishing

Illustration from ’Secrets in the Woods’ by Jimmy Liao – published by Locus Publishing

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Illustration by Isol – from 'La bella Griselda / Beautiful Griselda'

Spread from 'Hermelin: The Detective Mouse' by Mini Grey

Things are going missing in Offley Street - and Hermelin reckons he is the one to find them.

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