Polly Dunbar

Polly Dunbar (born 1977 in the Cotswolds) is an English author-illustrator.

She is best known for her self-illustrated books ''Penguin'', the ''Tilly and Friends'' series (which became a BBC children's television series) and ''Hello, Mum'' – an illustrated memoir of motherhood and her first book for adults.

She has also illustrated other authors' books: ''Bubble Trouble'' by Margaret Mahy, ''My Dad's a Birdman'' by David Almond, ''Can Bears Ski?'' by poet Raymond Antrobus, ''Owl or Pussycat?'' by Michael Morpurgo, and ''While We Can't Hug'' by Eoin Mclaughlin.

''Hello, Mum'' is Polly's first book for grown-ups, a visual diary about early motherhood.

She is the daughter of children's book writer Joyce Dunbar, whose picture book ''Shoe Baby'' she illustrated. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Almond, David, 1951-
Published 2008
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by Mahy, Margaret.
Published 2009
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Published 2007
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