For nearly 20 years, Silver Dolphin Books has published award-winning activity, novelty, and educational nonfiction books for preschoolers to 12-year-olds. Our focus is to create books that engage and inspire children to learn more about the world around them while fostering a love of reading, exploration, and creative expression. From adorably illustrated board books for toddlers, to interactive play and building sets, to sound books made for story time, we develop innovative books that both enlighten and entertain.
Peter David Scott is an artist and book illustrator specializing in natural history subjects. Over thirty of his solo books have been published, and he has collaborated on a similar amount. His clients have included major publishing houses like Reader’s Digest, Harper Collins, Time Life, Random House, Athena, Virgin, Disney, the B.B.C., the R.S.P.B., Dorling Kindersley, and many other companies. His work has also been used in advertising and television and he illustrated one of the recent Guardian newspaper wallcharts. In addition, U.S. scientific journals Current Science and Wired have featured his work, and also design periodical Creative Review. Peter drew and co-designed the alien creatures for National Geographic’s successful two part C.G.I. documentary Extraterrestrial, the resulting drawings appearing in the Radio Times and they were part of the Science of Aliens exhibition at the Science Museum, London, appearing on large wrap-over interactive screens. This went to Montreal, Miami, Harrisburg, San Diego, and Melaka in Malaysia. He has recently completed several books for innovative publishers Templar and Silver Dolphin including two large format hardbacks, each with 22 large water-color paintings and pencil drawings. This artwork was shown at the Guildford Book Festival in 2009 as part of The Art of the Picture Book exhibition at the Lewis Elton Art Gallery, and was shown at the Illustration Cupboard, London, as part of the Picture This exhibition in 2010. His work has also been exhibited in the Art Agency’s exhibitions at The Forum, Norwich.