Exclusive Illustration: The International Yeti Collective by Paul Mason and Katy Riddell
11 October, 2019
Exclusive Illustration: The Iternational Yeti Collective by Paul Mason (Illustrated by Katy Riddell)
Today is my stop on the blog tour for The International Yeti Collective and I am here today with an exclusive illustration from this charming book.
**A copy of this book was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review**
Title: The International Yeti Collective Publisher: Stripes Books Published: 17th October 2019 Format: Paperback Source:: Review Copy Add It:Amazon UK. Goodreads. Summary:An epic adventure with big feet and an even bigger heart!
Ella is in the Himalayas with her uncle searching for yeti. But what seems like the adventure of a lifetime is cut short when she realizes that these secretive creatures might not want to be found.
Tick knows it’s against yeti law to approach humans. So when some arrive on the mountain, why does he find himself peering through the trees to get a closer look?
What Tick doesn’t know is that his actions will set off a series of events that threaten the existence of yeti all over the world. What can he do to make things right? Just when all hope seems lost, help comes in the most unexpected form…
Exclusive Illustration by Katy Riddell
About the Author
Inspired by his own family and from his time as a primary school teacher, Paul likes to write stories that get young readers turning pages.
His published work crosses a range of genres, and includes The Twins, the Ghost and the Castle, and the Skate Monkey series.
He lives on an island in Aotearoa New Zealand, and can be found with a little book and a fountain pen in his hands, catching ideas before they disappear.
Katy Riddell is a young and imaginative illustrator with a BA Hons in Illustration and Animation from Manchester Metropolitan University. She grew up in Brighton and was obsessed with drawing from a young age. Plenty of encouragement from her parents, both artists and illustrators, led her to spend hours writing and illustrating her own stories, which her father (award winning illustrator Chris Riddell) collected throughout the years. Originally drawn to Fine Art, Katy rediscovered her love for illustrating children’s books in her gap year and decided to pursue it as a career. Since graduating, Katy has worked on a variety of commissions including children's fiction series such as Pongwiffy by Kaye Umansky (Simon & Schuster), and The International Yeti Collective by Paul Mason (Stripes). Midnight Feasting by A.F. Harrold (Bloomsbury). Special art projects include Ever After at the Oxford Story Museum and The Land of Green Ginger for Hull as it concluded its City of Culture term.