Here are just some of the picture books I have worked on. I have illustrated for publishers plus I write too, I think around 18 of my own stories written and illustrated.
Sammy the Sea Squirt
Written by Ezra Hewing, illustrated by Emma Graham, published by Suffolk Mind in partnership with Suffolk County Council. The book has been produced to give away to all reception children in Suffolk UK, but is also available to purchase here – Sammy the Sea Squirt book – Suffolk Mind Sammy won the ‘Best Idea’ category in the East Suffolk Awards 2023
Written and illustrated by Emma Graham. Rex has the loudest roar in the land at the best of times, but when he has an itch he cannot reach, his roar is terrifying. Who will be brave and help Rex scratch his itch? Unpublished. This was longlisted in the Searchlight picture book awards 2023
The Owl who wanted to sing
Written and illustrated by Emma Graham – The story of Ollie wanting to be a different kind of owl, to sing with the other birds in the day, the rejections he gets from some of the birds and his final triumph. This story and illustrations was a finalist in the Stratford Literary Festival’s Stratford-Salariya Prize for picture books 2017. Unpublished. This was longlisted in the Searchlight picture book awards 2023
Written by Matt Forrest Esenwine, illustrated by Emma Graham, for The Little Fig LLC, published Jan 2023. This book is a delight of languages and cultures. Step inside to learn how to count to 10 in 12 different languages and see what food they eat too!
Written by Lisa Rose, illustrated by Emma Graham, for The Little Fig LLC, published Jan 2023. Senor Saguaro is king of the desert and he thinks he deserves respect, but there are creatures that love his flowers, places to nest and the fruit he produces. Senor thinks they are taking liberties but each and every one of them are a benefit to his existence.
Written and illustrated by Emma Graham. When the Panda arrives at the zoo and becomes the star attraction, the Flamingos up their game to be the most beautiful, who wants black and white when you can have COLOUR! Unpublished.