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Gabriel Alborozo

Gabriel Alborozo

  • 5 stars across 7 books
Gabriel Alborozo is a cartoonist and illustrator based in South London. His work has appeared in numerous magazines and papers including Private Eye, Punch, the Spectator, Prospect and the Oldie. In Australia he worked in animation as a background artist and for many years travelled about as an archaeological illustrator working for the British Museum, The Museum of London and numerous universities.

His previous books include, Let's Play, The Colour Thief and The Acrobat.
12th January 2017

Thank Goodness for Bob

Max is a child who worries. A lot. He worries about being bitten by spiders, abducted by aliens, or sometimes just tha... MoreThank Goodness for Bob

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28th June 2018

The Boy on the Bench

The playground is packed with children playing, but Tom is sitting on a bench with his dad. He's just not sure he's b... MoreThe Boy on the Bench

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7th April 2016

Come on, Tom Tiger

Tiger has to learn all his tiger skills in this gorgeous coming-of-age tale.... MoreCome on, Tom Tiger

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5th January 2017

This Is the Kiss

A charming and lyrical picture book that celebrates the timeless bond between parent and child. A charming and ... MoreThis Is the Kiss

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1st June 2019

Flora's Tree House

Flora entertains herself by drawing and painting. Will leaps from trees and swings branches like they're swords. The two... MoreFlora's Tree House

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1st September 2020

This Old Dog

When so much of the world is new, you want to go slowly. to stop and enjoy everything; hills to roll down, perfect-sized... MoreThis Old Dog

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30th September 2021

Yours in Books

Owl just wants some peace and quiet to read his books-alone. But when the forest youngsters ruffle his feathers, he enli... MoreYours in Books

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  • Thank Goodness for Bob

    Thank Goodness for Bob

    This book has a nice idea about a four legged friend being the source of sharing worries. We like that the story suggests popping worries away.


  • The Boy on the Bench

    The Boy on the Bench

    by Fwb

    Good story book that tackles the early steps of a young child going to play with other kids for the first time. Colourful and bright....

  • Thank Goodness for Bob

    Thank Goodness for Bob

    We received this book when my son was 3; he’s only just turned 4 but in the intervening time we have had a tremulous time to say the least! My little...