Tagged: Dapo Adeola

Dapo Adeola creates 'stunning' Books Are My Bag tote bag

Illustrator and activist Dapo Adeola has created this year’s Books Are My Bag eye-catching tote bag, which will be available in bookshops across the UK and Ireland from... Read more

Jasmine Richards to guest judge FAB Prize

The founder of children's fiction production company Storymix Jasmine Richards is the guest judge at this year's FAB Prize, for undiscovered writers and illustrators from... Read more

Blackman and Adeola collaborate on 'timeless' picture book

Malorie Blackman, author of the bestselling Noughts & Crosses series, and Dapo Adeola, illustrator of the Waterstones Book Prize winning picture book Look Up!, are collaborating on a picture book: We’re... Read more

Support builds for Adeola’s illustrator credits campaign

​More than 500 authors and illustrators have signed a letter by illustrator Dapo Adeola asking the BBC and the wider media to credit illustrators. ... Read more

Adeola to judge NTL Christmas card competition

Dapo Adeola is to judge a children's Christmas card design competition being launched for the first time this year by the National Literacy Trust. ... Read more

Bryon and Adeola win Waterstones Children's Book Prize

Nathan Bryon and Dapo Adeola's “utterly joyful” picture book Look Up! (Puffin) has been crowned overall winner of the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize 2020.... Read more

Adeola and Wilson-Max call for trade transparency on race

Illustrators Dapo Adeola and Ken Wilson-Max have said the industry could be on the cusp of change over diversity but it requires more black people... Read more

Adeola and Wilson-Max to discuss lack of children's publishing diversity

Dapo Adeola will be speaking to Ken Wilson-Max on Instagram Live this week about their experiences as two of just four black British illustrators currently... Read more

Macmillan Children's Books takes two from Haddow and Adeola

Macmillan Children’s Books has signed two picture books from author Swapna Haddow and illustrator Dapo Adeola. Read more

Calls for trade to tackle 'shocking' lack of black British male children's writers

More needs to be done to address the “shocking” lack of black British men writing and illustrating books for children, leading trade figures have said.... Read more

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