Monthly Archives: September 2015

Anton Van Hertbruggen wins Silver Medal in the US

Anton Van Hertbruggen has been awarded a Silver Medal by the Society of Illustrators in the US for his illustrations for The Dog That Nino Didn’t Have, a beautifully illustrated story about a boy and his imaginary dog, written by Edward van de Vendel and translated by me. For its annual exhibition, The Original Art, the [...]
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Hoorah! Publication day!

I’m so delighted that my translation of Tonke Dragt’s classic The Secrets of the Wild Wood is out today, published by Pushkin Children’s Books. I love this book and couldn’t be more chuffed that it’s now available to English-speaking readers. There’s also a special new paperback edition of the prequel, The Letter for the King, published [...]
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New arrival:First Man

My translation of Simon Schwartz’s First Man: Reimagining Matthew Henson just arrived in the mail from Lerner Books. It’s based on the amazing true story, one I’m ashamed to say I’d never heard before, of Matthew Henson, the first African American to travel to the frozen wastes of the North. Beautifully illustrated, this graphic novel [...]
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