My Latest Work
3rd April. A BIG THANK YOU to Marya Aftab (aged 10) for her wonderful review of ‘My Pop-Up City Atlas’. Marya is from Little London Community Primary School in Leeds.
'This book is really informative because it gives you a lot of information about cities in a fun and accessible way. It is interesting to find out what people do in different cities and this book looks at historical as well as geographical contexts. My Pop up City Atlas is really good because it has quizzes on different pages which encourages you to look through the book to find the answers. The pop out pictures are awesome!
I really like the way the cities are categorised, for example Religious cities, coastal cities and historic cities- you find out so much more than just visiting one country. The pages are interesting and colourful - it makes me want to read it!’
2nd April. Here are some words from Jane Dignum at Kippax Ash Tree Primary School in Leeds, following my recent visit.
'Stephen visited our school over three days, starting with a whole school assembly during which he introduced himself, described his work and displayed many examples. The children were fascinated and full of questions. He then worked with children in both Key Stage 1 and 2, showing them how to create characters from various starting points and encouraging collaborative work. The workshops had a great impact on the children and the staff were able to build upon the experience for weeks afterwards. Even children who lacked confidence had no problems creating the artwork and more able children were given the freedom to experiment. Everyone found the experience very positive.'
J Dignum, Kippax Ash Tree School
Check out this review of ‘My Pop-Up City Atlas’ by Zoe at ‘Playing by the book’! See how it inspired Zoe and her children to create their own pop-up colourful city! www.playingbythebook.net/2014/03/03/non-fiction-monday-my-pop-up-city-atlas-by-jonathan-litton-and-stephen-waterhouse/
">Thank you to Stoyan Dimitrov from The Huddersfield Examiner for featuring ‘My Pop-Up City Atlas’ last week!
Thank you to Jim Greenhalf from The Bradford Telegraph & Argus for featuring the two Pop-Up Atlas’s last week! Telegraph and Argus
22nd Jan. The Illustration Cloud website have very kindly just featured my latest book ‘My Pop-Up Cities Atlas’ on their 'In The Wild' blog. Thank you to Stuart and Cath! You can read all about it here
16th Jan. Finally my new book has arrived! This is 'MY POP-UP CITIES ATLAS! All the parents and teachers who have been contacting me over the last few months will now be able to get their copies soon. It should be in the shops sometime in February. A BIG THANKS to Andy Mansfield who did all the paper engineering and Jonathan Litton who wrote the text. Also to the whole team at Templar publishing for producing such a wonderful book! It’s all come together fantastically! You can see the pop-up cities pages below! Thanks for looking! ;-)
Here is the ‘HISTORIC CITIES’ page with LONDON as the pop-up. You can also learn about Rome, Athens, Luxor, Xi’an, Dawson City, Machu Picchu, Karakorum and Great Zimbabwe ….plus a few others under the fold out page on the right!