Illustrator

Mark Janssen

Mark Janssen (b. 1974) has illustrated around 450 books for Dutch, Belgian and Chinese publishers. In 2016, he created his own first picture book. Many of his books have already found their way abroad and have been translated into multiple languages.

Dinosaurs Don’t Exist

Dinosaurs Don’t Exist

This spectacular picture book plays with ingredients that have a universal appeal: perception, children’s imagination and dinosaurs. Two boys, Tim and Jesse, boldly go in search of a giant dinosaur — but all Jesse finds is big tree trunks, jagged ravines and bushy hills.

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The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book

Mowgli is part of a series of legendary characters that many people know and love. The man cub dressed in a red loincloth is an icon. He ultimately owes his immortality to the sense of adventure and the imaginative language of Rudyard Kipling, as seen once again in this beautiful new adaptation of The Jungle Book (1894).

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