Angie Rozelaar

A little about Angie

Angie was born into a big unruly family in Kent and ever since she was little all she ever wanted to do was to draw and paint. After studying Design and Illustration at Chelsea Art School, she worked for several years as part of the backstage team in West End theatres. After her own children’s primary school invited her to work with pupils on an art project to support a new creative literacy programme, she discovered her love for children’s book illustration and soon launched her career as a freelance illustrator. Early commissions were for greetings cards and educational books, but she was soon approached by picture book publishers in the UK and the US. After a few years, Angie began developing her own ideas for texts and has now had two picture books published as author/illustrator. Apart from illustrating picture books, Angie works with companies around the world to create illustrations for games, toys, puzzles, calendars and clothing under her brand name PlanetCat®. Angie and her family are based in France, where they live in an old Normandy farmhouse alongside a growing menagerie of rescue animals..

Titles Include

DON’T CALL ME SWEET! by Smriti Prasadam-Halls – Bloomsbury

DON’T MAKE ME CROSS! by Smriti Prasadam-Halls – Bloomsbury

I LOVE CAKE! by Tammi Sauer – Tegen/HarperCollins

THE COLOUR OF HAPPY by Laura Baker- Hodder


WE’RE GOING ON A PUMPKIN HUNT by Goldie Hawk – Nosy Crow

WE’RE GOING ON A PRESENT HUNT by Goldie Hawk – Nosy Crow

JEFF GOES WILD – Tegan/HarperCollins

BUSY CHRISTMAS – Campbell Books

BUSY SCHOOL – Campbell Books

IF IT’S EASTER AND YOU KNOW IT by Katrina Charman – Nosy Crow

IF IT’S CHRISTMAS AND YOU KNOW IT by Katrina Charman – Nosy Crow

WE’RE GOING ON AN EGG HUNT by Goldie Hawk – Nosy Crow

I Love Cake!

(By Sauer Tammi, : Starring Rabbit, Porcupine, and Moose; illustrated by Angie Rozelaar)

“Rozelaar’s warm, painterly illustrations (created with a brush, India ink, and Photoshop) emphasize both the comedy of the text and the cuteness of the pop-eyed critters”.


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