Well, a new book I've illustrated has come out recently, called 'The Knish War on Rivington Street'.
It's set in New York in the 1910's and is based on a real sales battle between two bakeries who both sell Knishes.
(In case anyone doesn't know, a Knish is a traditional Jewish food, baked or fried, that is made of pastry with various fillings.
They're not very common in the UK, but would be along similar lines to a Cornish Pasty.)
But it was a great book to illustrate, lots of detail and building chaos through the bok, and also historic detail needed.
And there's a recipe at the back so you can make your own :)
It's written by Joanne Oppenheim and published by the lovely people at Albert Whitman.
And it has now been reviewed in the New York Times as well, here.
That's two of my books that have been reviewed in the NY Times, huzzah :)
But do have a look and grab hold of a copy, it's a v nice book :)