Monthly Archive: November, 2012

How to sell picture books for people of all ages

The picture book is first and foremost a format. And one with immense potential for communicating ideas and narrative. Many picture books are created specifically with a child audience in mind because the… Continue reading

The Best Picture Books of 2012

The Children’s and YA specialists at Readings Booksellers (who have six shops across Melbourne) have listed Unforgotten as one of their best picture books of 2012. Here’s the full list.

Mountains as Muse

As part of the Grand Opening of the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre on Saturday 17 November, Tohby Riddle, designer Jenny Kee and Object Gallery’s Steve Polez will join Gallery Director, Paul Brinkman, to… Continue reading

More Bookshop Visits – Melbourne

Tohby Riddle will be making brief visits to a number of Melbourne booksellers on Friday 23 November 2012. Check the itinerary below (or contact the bookseller) if you’d like to have a copy… Continue reading

More Bookshop Visits – Sydney

Tohby Riddle will be making brief visits to a number of Sydney booksellers on Friday 16 November 2012. Check the itinerary below (or contact the bookseller) if you’d like to have a copy… Continue reading

Tohby Riddle at Readings, Carlton

Tohby Riddle will be appearing at Readings, Carlton in Melbourne at 11.45 am, 23 November to meet readers and personally sign books. More details here.

From the Cutting Room Floor #2

This image comes from one of many ideas for the endpapers of Unforgotten. It is a panel from a multi-panel motion sequence that was attempting to show three states related to change and motion:… Continue reading