Publications


Fisher King Publishing - Cones and Electricity

Author: Chris Madeley | Illustrator: Zara Hussain 

"This is the 4th book in The Cones series of wonderfully told and beautifully illustrated books for children. This time our  Cone friends discover the dangers of electricity. They are helped by Vic Voltage who warns them of the perils of playing too close to electricity cables and pylons and when they get into trouble Police Car and Wise Owl come to the rescue."


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Fisher King Publishing - Nose Nibbling Monster 

Author: Peter Skivington | Illustrator: Zara Hussain

"Brilliantly written by Peter Skivington and wonderfully illustrated by Zara Hussain this book for children about the Nose Nibbling Monster narrates in rhyme  how the bravery of one small boy and his eclectic group of animal friends attempt to convince the furry intruder to change the error of his ways. Parents will love telling the story while children will be enthralled."

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Fisher King Publishing - Cones On The Rails

Author: Chris Madeley | Illustrator: Zara Hussain 

"Conerad, Conestance, Cone-Vera and Conen were very excited. They were ready for another adventure! They were standing outside a beautiful building with arches and lights. "This looks exciting," Conen whispered. "Shall we go in and see what we can find?" "There are no humans about," said Conerad, "so let's go." ... so the story starts. Cones On The Rails is the latest adventure in the Cones series of books for children. As much as these stories are fun, full of excitement and adventure they also carry messages of kindness, safety awareness, moral principles, helpfulness and understanding. A perfect narrative to which to introduce young minds to the possibility that it is good to extend the hand of friendship and that looking out for others makes the world a safer and better place in which to live. Each story is wonderfully creative and beautifully illustrated. Children love them and adults love the telling of it."

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Fisher King Publishing - Make New Friends


Author: Chris Madeley | Illustrator: Zara Hussain 

"Early one sunny morning Conerad and Conestance were standing at the end of a long line of Cones, talking quietly together. They were bored with standing in the same place. Conerad said, “Do you remember, when we were covered in Moondust and we shook it off by rocking from side to side? Perhaps, if we keep shaking, we could move away.” 
Conerad frowned as he tried to move about…

So starts the second book in the Cones series; a magical, wonderful world within which the reader will never look at a Cone in quite the same way again. Fabulously creative stories, beautifully illustrated. Children love them and adults love the telling the tales."​ 


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Fisher King Publishing - Meet The Cones 

Author: Chris Madeley | Illustrator: Zara Hussain 

“Down a long street in the big city there stands a very tall building. On the top floor, in a special office, works a Very Important Person. He sits behind a huge desk with piles of paper on either side of him…” So begins ‘Meet the Cones’, the first story in the ‘Cones’ series; a magical, wonderful world within which the reader will never look at a Cone in quite the same way again. Fabulously creative stories, beautifully illustrated. Children love it and adults love the telling of it."

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University of Huddersfield Press - Bhangra - Mystics, Music and Migration

Collaborating with other artists, illustrating for the book 'Bhangra - Mystics, Music and Migration' by Hardeep Singh Sahota.
"Bhangra: Mystics, Music and Migration explores the origins of this folk song and dance from the Panjab in South Asia and its development into part of modern British culture in the hybrid soundscape of British Bhangra and beyond.
This book originated in academic research and the Heritage-lottery funded Bhangra Renaissance project. 
Through ethnographic research, oral history interviews, performances, photography, story-telling and community activity it celebrates the past contribution of all those involved in Bhangra.
This ground-breaking work provides an in-depth history of the spiritualism of performance and song, and an overview of the artists involved in influencing its development, as well as contemporaries leading the way of Bhangra’s renaissance amongst the South Asian diaspora in the UK and around the world."
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