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Gabriel Alborozo

  • 5 stars across 4 books
    Claire Harcup developed magazines about dinosaurs, books and CD-ROMs about wine, and an animation series for children with autism before she started writing picture books. She now heads up the writing team at communications consultancy, Quietroom. She lives in London, W11.

    Gabriel Alborozo is an illustrator and cartoonist, who has written and illustrated numerous books for children, published by Walker Books, Candlewick Press, Henry Holt, Bloomsbury and Simon & Schuster. Over the years his work as a cartoonist has appeared regularly in numerous magazines and newspapers, including Private Eye,Punch, the Spectator, Prospect and the Oldie. Gabriel lives in Bexhill on Sea, Sussex.
    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... More

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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.... More

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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 lyrical ... More

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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 bra... More

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