Rebecca Cobb is a rising star in children's picture books. Since graduating from Falmouth College of Arts in 2004, she has illustrated for many clients including Guardian Guide, Guardian Weekend magazine, The Independent and Waitrose Food Illustrated. Rebecca has collaborated on two picture storybooks with the Orange-Prize winner Helen Dunmore, both set in her native Cornwall. In 2011 Macmillan published Rebecca's debut solo project, the hugely accomplished MISSING MUMMY which approached the subject of child bereavement with great honesty, senstivity and integrity. LUNCHTIME is Rebecca's second solo picture book, and although wholly different in subject matter from her first, features the same stunning illustration style, child-friendly voice and warmth.
Listen to a brand new song written and performed by Julia Donaldson, the perfect accompaniment to the book.
Listen to Julia Donaldson's wonderful There's an Owl in My Towel song, the perfect accompaniment to the book.
On 11 November 2013, we broke the Guinness World Records title for the LONGEST chain of paper dolls. Our chain was made up of 45,282 dolls and was 4549.7 metres long. That's almost two kilometres longer than the previous world record-holding chain! It's the same as 80,000 jelly babies lai...
There are many amazing things in the #authorsforgrenfell auction. I've donated this illustration of Aunt Amelia:… https://t.co/Dq8wAajOIC
by @rebecca_cobb - yesterday
RT @followtheyellow: Been offline for a few days so just catching up with #authorsforgrenfell. WOW there are some incredible things here: h…
@nicolakidsbooks xxx It still makes me cry whenever I read it too.
RT @LLMonts: Join @followtheyellow for an Edwardian afternoon tea (and me; I will also be there): https://t.co/tDOiPYHeMW
by @rebecca_cobb - 5 days ago
RT @LLMonts: More #authorsforGrenfell: bid for an *original* illustration of the fabulous Aunt Amelia from @rebecca_cobb https://t.co/CN3ql…
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