Quentin Blake

Quentin  Blake
Russell Hoban (1925-2011) once described himself as an addict to writing and wrote more than fifty books for children, including such classics as Bedtime for Frances, How Tom Beat Captain Najork and His Hired Sportsmen, and The Sea-Thing Child. He was also the author of many acclaimed novels for adults, including Turtle Diary and Riddley Walker.

Quentin Blake was the very first British Children's Laureate. He has won numerous awards for his books and is best known for his work with Roald Dahl. His books with Candlewick include Michael Rosen's Sad Book and Bananas in My Ears, both by Michael Rosen, and On Angel Wings by Michael Morpurgo. Quentin Blake lives in London.