Jake Tebbit has been an illustrator for all his working life. He trained as a graphic designer and has a MA in Children's Book Illustration. Jake had so much fun illustrating Pirates in the Library'swashbuckling pirates (especially Captain Jake,) a parrot and a cat, ships and books. He enjoys singing, playing traditional British folk music, and travels when he can.
Baa’s favorite food is bright green grass and there is a whole field ready to be nibbled. Baa, a unique sheep, grazes that grass into shapes! Toddlers and preschoolers can name the shapes as Baa creates them. Search the watercolor illustrations for the delightful details of snails, frogs and other humorous touches filling the page. View Details
Prepare to set sail for the adventure of a lifetime with fierce Captain Jake when he discovers a treasure map that leads him, his crew (and a parrot, too), right to the library. Ms. Benitez, the librarian, welcomes them—as long as they behave! The pirates’ search is on! Soon they discover—with the aid of Dread Pirate Dewey’s map—treasures galore on the... View Details
Poor little Woolly Sheep! He just can’t fall asleep. Wide awake yet again, he asks his barnyard friends how they lull themselves to sleep. The bull, the cow, the cat, the spider, and even Mother Hen, they all say they count sheep! But Woolly can’t do that. Why? Granddaddy Ram knows exactly why, and with a little help from his grandfather, Woolly is soon... View Details