An Alphabet Book
By Kat Macleod
Learn ABCs with colour and ease in this board book for babies and toddlers. Collect all the fun introductions to ABCs, 123s, colours and shapes in the Kat Macleod Early Learners set.
Explore the ABCs in a colourful journey of knobbly quince, spiky jackfruit, and more fruity favourites. This Kat Macleod Early Learner has a fruit for every letter of the alphabet, coming together to make a big, bright and beautiful fruit salad.
Australian artist Kat Macleod brings her signature design and illustration style to this series of board books for babies and toddlers. Her Early Learner series has playful themes, simple narratives, minimal text and bright illustrations to engage young readers and to delight parents and carers. These chunky little books are beautiful and practical, sturdy enough for small, inquisitive hands, and the perfect gift for little ones.
'I've always been passionate about encouraging creativity and imaginative play with my sons, and am endlessly inspired by their art and the way they see the world,' explains Kat. 'I'm thrilled to imagine children absorbed in my colourful illustrations while beginning their learning journey.'
About the Author
Kat Macleod is a Melbourne-based illustrator, designer and exhibiting artist. Her instantly recognisable illustrations feature botanical forms, a balance of bold and delicate line work, bright colours and collaged textures. She is endlessly inspired by nature, fashion and textiles, and the drawings of her three young boys.
Kat's illustrations have appeared in a number of magazines including Vogue China, Numero Tokyo, Delicious Magazine and Vogue Entertaining + Travel. Working across a range of commercial and fine art projects, her client list features Heide Museum of Modern Art, Tiffany & Co., The Australian Ballet, Myer and Bonds. She has also illustrated several local and internationally released books: Bird, The Cocktail, Sequins & Sequence and Michi Girl's Like I Give a Frock, What on Earth Are You Wearing? and Le Shop Guide.
Kat has had five solo exhibitions over the past decade, and a loyal following of collectors.