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MY FAVOURITE ANIMAL FAMILIES (Thames & Hudson),My Favorite Animal Families
a new children’s book by Steve Bloom (with text by David Henry Wilson)

This book, produced specially for children aged between seven and eleven, showcases Steve Bloom’s perennially popular photographs of baby animals. From African plain to frozen Arctic, from mountain forest to tropical jungle, Steve Bloom’s camera has focused on baby bears, cheetahs, chimpanzees, elephants, giraffes, gorillas, hippos, lions, orangutans, pandas, penguins, rhinos, seals and zebras. His remarkable images are sure to capture the heart and imagination of any young reader.

Steve Bloom will be appearing at the Bath Festival for Children’s Literature on 26th September, Waterstones Canterbury on 30 September and Durham Book Festival 26 October.

Available now in US English, International English and German; with Hungarian, Finnish and French to follow. Media contact for interviews and image rights.

See sample pages from the book here.

Signed copies available.

Photos on Skin

Dave & his tattoo2 - by Felicia RupertiAfter I gave a talk in Oxford’s Natural History Museum, Dave Dellatore introduced himself to me and showed me a tattoo of one of my photographs on his back. Dave was studying primate conservation at Oxford Brookes University and he is a committed conservationist.  I was amazed and flattered. I always ‘back up’ my digital images, but this gave a new meaning to the expression. My pictures have been printed on fine art paper, canvas, roller blinds, jigsaw puzzles, but human skin was a first. Compare the images. Photo of Dave by Felicia Ruperti.

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Exhibition at Waterstones, Canterbury

A new exhibition of Steve Bloom’s work is on the second floor at Waterstones, St Margarets Street, Canterbury. Books and other merchandise are be available to browse and purchase. The images include classic favourites, as well as some limited edition monochrome prints. 

Download the press release here.