The Art of Language: Tohby Riddle at the Sydney Writers’ Festival

Tohby Riddle will be giving a presentation, The Art of Language, on 19 May 2015 at Kings Cross Library, Sydney at 6pm. This free event is part of the 2015 Sydney Writers Festival. The presentation will feature Tohby… Continue reading

Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival 2015

Tohby Riddle will be appearing at the Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival, United Arab Emirates, from 26 April to 29 April, 2015.  Appearances include visiting local schools and a panel discussion.

The Greatest Gatsby: A Visual Book of Grammar

In April 2015, a new book by Tohby Riddle titled The Greatest Gatsby: A Visual Book of Grammar (published by Penguin/Viking) will be released in Australia. Some years in the making, this full-colour, 112-page book presents the… Continue reading

Der Engel aus dem Nirgendwo: the German edition of Unforgotten

The German edition of Unforgotten has been released by Thienemann-Esslinger Verlag under the German title of Der Engel aus dem Nirgendwo, which translates as “The Angel from Nowhere”. The text was translated into German by composer Hans-Jürgen Hufeisen,… Continue reading

Bookaroo Festival of Children’s Literature, New Delhi

Tohby Riddle will be appearing at Bookaroo in New Delhi, India, 28–30 November 2014. The festival is being held at the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts. Tohby will be presenting sessions on his most recent 128-page… Continue reading

Melbourne Writers Festival 2014

Tohby Riddle will be presenting five sessions at the Melbourne Writers Festival on August 27, 28 and 29. For more information visit the festival website.  

Princess Kate and The Royal Guest

Back in 1993, a small hardcover picture book titled The Royal Guest was published. It was written and illustrated by Tohby Riddle. The Royal Guest was a simple story, told at a time when there was… Continue reading

The Flâneur

Tohby Riddle’s article ‘The Twenty-First Century Flâneur’ appears in Slow Magazine, Issue 18, Autumn 2014. This piece looks at the history of this enigmatic city stroller and observer – first identified in 19th-century Paris… Continue reading

Children’s Book Festival, The Wheeler Centre, Melbourne

The Wheeler Centre, a part of the State Library of Victoria, in Melbourne, is holding its 2014 Children’s Book Festival from March 20 to March 23. Sunday the 23rd is a free Family… Continue reading

Barnes & Noble’s review of Unforgotten

Following is Barnes & Noble’s review of Tohby Riddle’s Unforgotten. The book is released in the US as a graphic novel. “It is impossible to encapsulate the wonder of this graphic novel about… Continue reading