Anita Jeram

 
Anita Jeram studied Art at Manchester and through her tutor she was introduced to Walker 
Books. Her first book, Bill's Belly Button was published the year following her graduation and 
second, It was Jake! was included on the National Curriculum SAT reading list. Her most 
recent success has been her illustrations for Guess How Much I Love You, written by Sam 
McBratney, with over a million copies printed in the first year of publication. It was shortlisted 
for the 1994 Kurt Maschler Emil Award, for the 1994 British Book Awards (Illustrated 
Children's Books category,) and was winner of the 1996 American Bookseller's Book of the 
Year Award. Other picture books include Contrary Mary which was shortlisted for the 
Nottinghamshire Children's Book Award, 1996, and The Most Obedient Dog in the World, 
shortlisted for the Sheffield Children's Book Award 1994. Anita Jeram lives in Ireland. 

"I love you as high as I can reach"
Signed Limited Edition of 195*very rare*
Image 375 x 300mm
Mounted size 565 x 500mm
Mounted £ 199 / framed from £ 250

"I love you up to your toes"
Signed Limited Edition of 195*very rare*
Image 375 x 300mm
Mounted size 565 x 500mm
Mounted £ 199 / framed from £ 250