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Rebecca Cobb

  • 5 stars across 8 books
    Rebecca Cobb Biography
    Rebecca Cobb is a writer and illustrator for picture books including Missing Mummy, Lunchtime and Aunt Amellia. As well as writing her own books, Rebecca also illustrates for other authors including Julia Donaldson and Helen Dunmore. In 2013, she won the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize for Picture Books, and she has been shortlisted twice for the Kate Greenaway Medal.

    Since graduating from Falmouth College of Arts in 2004, Rebecca has illustrated for many publications including Guardian Guide, Guardian Weekend magazine, The Independent and Waitrose Food Illustrated.

    Our favourite Rebecca Cobb Book Characters
    Bear - from The Everywhere Bear
    Aunt Amelia - from Aunt Amelia
    Danny - from Snow Day
    26th March 2015

    The Something

    When a little boy's ball disappears down a mysterious hole in the garden, he can't stop thinking about what could be d... More

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    27th March 2014

    Aunt Amelia

    When Mum and Dad go away for the night, Aunt Amelia comes to look after one very cross little girl and boy. They do NO... More

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    31st January 2013

    Lunchtime

    Winner of the Waterstones' Children's Picture Book Prize. It's lunchtime for one little girl, but she's just no... More

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    12th April 2012

    Missing Mummy: A book about bereavement

    Written and illustrated by the talented and award-winning author-illustrator Rebecca Cobb, this extraordinary book dea... More

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    13th November 2005

    The Empty Stocking book and CD

    The Empty Stocking is a brilliantly funny Christmas story by Richard Curtis and Rebecca Cobb. Brilliant read by... More

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    13th March 2017

    Rudeigin

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    23rd July 2019

    Hello Friend!

    A beautifully illustrated, wittily observed picture book about kindness, empathy and friendship from the award-winni... More

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