Graffeg is delighted to announce a four-book deal with BBC radio broadcaster, film critic, filmmaker and photographer Jason Korsner. Rhyming picture books I Like to Put My Food in My Welly illustrated by Max Low and What can you see? illustrated by Hannah Rounding are both publishing in October 2019. Story books The Bogey Boy and The Mittens with No Thumbs will publish in 2020.
We are at Bologna Children’s Book Fair, BolognaFiere, Monday 1 – Thursday 4 April 2019. Come and find us at Stand 25 B 84.
We are at The London Book Fair, Olympia London, Tuesday 12 – Thursday 14 March 2019. Come and find us at the Wales Stand 5C129.
Graffeg authors and illustrators are celebrating World Book Day 2019 with special events taking place in Cambridge and Wales.
New titles for March 2019, including Gaspard the Fox paperback by Zeb Soanes and James Mayhew and the brand new Flavours of England cookbook series by Gilli Davies and Huw Jones.
Out of print for almost 20 years, we are delighted to bring this series back for children to enjoy today in a new larger hardback format. With its classic feel and endearing characters, Mouse and Mole is perfect for reading with young children and for older children to read independently.
Welsh independent publisher Graffeg has been shortlisted for The FutureBook Campaign of the Year 2018 for their digital marketing campaign for the picture book Gaspard the Fox by BBC broadcaster, Zeb Soanes and award-winning illustrator James Mayhew.
Pembrokeshire – 1994. Mostyn Thomas is an ageing farmer, down on his luck, on the brink of bankruptcy. When he runs into Jethro, a young raver, his fortunes appear to take a positive turn. The pair hatch a plan to solve Mostyn’s money problems by holding a rave on Mostyn’s secluded land. Secretly mobilizing the locals of the village pub they plan the greatest money-spinning event in the history of Little Emlyn: Lewistock.
Graffeg are to publish the rhyming picture book Only One of Me, written by best-selling author Michelle Robinson with her friend and mum-of-two Lisa Wells (32), who has been diagnosed with terminal bowel and liver cancer and told she has only months to live.