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Adam Stower is an award-winning author and illustrator and his children's books have been published around the world. He has loved drawing for as long as he can remember and has illustrated 16 picture books to date.

Adam lives in Brighton, with his wife, his daughter and a cat called Murray.

Adam Stower's books in the DFB shop >

James Turner started making comics as soon as he was first able to hold a pencil, and has been spouting a nonsensical whirlwind of monsters, robots and talking vegetables ever since. His acclaimed web comic 'The Unfeasible Adventures of Beaver and Steve' won tens of thousands of followers online, and his anthropomorphic crime fighting team “The Super Animal Adventure Squad” appeared weekly in the pages of the children's comic the DFC. He has sworn that he will not stop making comics until every bizarre character, every unfeasible adventure, and every terrible pun has been uncovered. But he might stop for a bit if someone offers him a biscuit.

James Turner's books in the DFB shop >

Jon Walter is a former photo-journalist who lives in East Sussex.

A long time ago he went to Warwick University and studied English & Theatre before going on to sell T-shirts on Brighton Pier.

He likes being warm in cold places and eating nice food. 

Jon Walter's books in the DFB shop >

Nick Ward is the creator of several hugely popular picture books for children. Don't Eat the Teacher!, published by Scholastic, has sold more than 700,000 copies worldwide and has been translated into numerous languages. Nick is also the writer and illustrator of the action-packed Charlie Small series. Nick lives and works in the country and his studio is an old Victorian school.

Nick Ward's books in the DFB shop >

Andrew Prentice and Jonathan Weil met at school where they edited the school magazine together. Black Arts is their first book.

Jonathan Weil's books in the DFB shop >

Lisa Williamson was born and grew up in Nottingham. She studied drama at Middlesex University and since graduating has worked as an actor on stage and TV. Between acting jobs Lisa temped in offices across London, typing stories when no one was looking, one of which eventually became The Art of Being Normal. 

Lisa Williamson's books in the DFB shop >

David Wyatt is an artist and illustrator. David has illustrated Peter Pan in Scarlet by Geraldine McCaughrean (Illustrated Edition, 2008), the Larklight trilogy and the Mortal Engines and Fever Crumb quartets by Philip Reeve. He has also illustrated books by J. R. R. Tolkien, Diana Wynne Jones, Terry Pratchett, Philip Pullman, Terry Deary and Brian Jacques. He has designed the covers and illustrations for Conrad Mason's Tales of Fayt fantasy trilogy as well as drawing the Tales of Fayt graphic novel The Mystery of the Crooked Imp.

David Wyatt's books in the DFB shop >