Craig Smith's warm, exuberant illustrations have delighted children for over thirty years. Craig has several award-winners to his credit and his titles appear regularly on Children's Choice Award shortlists. Finding humour in domestic, family and school situations, and a fondness for unusual perspectives and energetic characterization are features of his work. His best known titles include the classics Whistle Up the Chimney (winner of a NSW Premier's literary award), Dreadful David, Where's Mum? and Billy the Punk. His lively black and white work features in Bob the Builder and the Elves and the popular series Cabbage Patch, I Hate Fridays and Toocool.
Published: April 2019
A delightful and heartwarming picture book about Matthew Flinders's cat, Trim, from best-selling creators Corinne Fenton and Craig Smith.
Published: February 2019
The powerful and moving picture book about the Vietnam War based on the unforgettable song originally sung by Redgum.
Published: October 2016
Now you see him, now you don't - an action-packed adventure about a boy who just wants to blend in, from a bestselling author/illustrator team.
Published: September 2015
Rexy is king of the block.until another cat takes his place. A delightful picture book, with hilariously energetic illustrations of cats!
Published: February 2014
A powerful and moving picture book about the Vietnam War based on the unforgettable song.
Published: June 2013
Roddy's dog, Banana, has disappeared! But when Roddy hears a wail from the drain, he finds an ingenious way to rescue his beloved pet.
Published: September 2012
A hilarious story about a little girl who is afraid of the water, but ultimately makes friends with it - and learns to swim.
Published: September 2008
One of a set of four bright and friendly board books perfect for baby hands.
Published: May 2004
Psst! It's true! This is the best book on bugs you'll ever read. Bloodsucking vampires, deadly dust-dwellers, toilet terrors and things that squish, squirm and slime. Did you have any idea you were sharing your house - and maybe your bed - with monsters?