Joanna Walsh has been an illustrator for 10 years. She studied at Oxford University and Central Saint Martin's School of Art, and has worked for publications ranging from The Guardian to The New York Times, The Idler to The Economist. She has published children's picture books, including All Asleep and Amos Jellybean Gets It Right, with Hodder, Cape and Bloomsbury. Joanna runs the blog Badaude, where she wonders about and draws whatever strikes her fancy. Other work by her can be seen at www.walshworks.org.uk. In this week's instalment - which concludes the second year of the 'Writer's choice' series - Joanna looks at Jean de Brunhoff's Babar the King.
Joanna Walsh on Babar the King by Jean de Brunhoff
To see Joanna's post about Babar the King, please visit her blog by following this link, then click on the picture to see it bigger. (The post on this occasion is lodged elsewhere only because the proprietor of normblog hasn't yet acquired the skill of putting pictures on his blog - Ed.)