Annie Kubler was born in 1960, in the north east of France, in a mountainous area called the Vosges, where she spent her childhood.
After gaining a National Diploma in Visual Communication at the School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg, with a specialisation in children's illustration, she moved to England in 1985. She joined the Child's Play team having been offered a job by publisher Michael Twinn, owner and founder of Child's Play.
For the past 20 years she has been art director of Child's Play, while illustrating many children's titles, including Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes (winner of the Sainsbury's Baby Book Award in 2002).
Great books to share with deaf children. The Bookshine booklist aims to introduce ideas for books for children up to the age of five, based on ideas given to us by parents, teachers, children and experts.
Most children's books today suitably reflect our multicultural society. However, not so many reflect other forms of diversity, for example the fact that one in five school-age children has special educational needs. This is especially true of books for very young children. This list aims to help you to find early years books showing positive images of d…
My baby loves to hear this book and she loves to participate with me by making sounds
fairy mummy, 23 September 2014
Its a lovely collection of sweet little rhymes that can be a starter book for any baby. My 2 year old is equally fascinated to listen to it....Go for it !
Vision, 26 June 2013
my one year old daughter loves the hard back books. she tends to just point and make noises but constantly brings them across as it easy to let her pick them up and turn pages too, nice for her to sit and smile and as they are so interactive. its great doing any of the gestures wherever you can. i love these sets of books