Giant Island

Illustrated by Doug Keith

In this wondrous, wordless picture book, two children explore the coves and caves of a small island, under the watchful eye of Grandpa. They are thrilled to discover that the island is, in fact, a submerged giant.

In return for their friendship, the giant gives them each a special gift.
What is it, and how did Grandpa get one?

Find out when you visit Giant Island, where fantastical adventures are waiting.

About the Creator

Doug Keith has over thirty years of experience in illustration, commercial art, fine art, and graphic design. His versatility has earned him a wide range of projects including more than forty illustrated books and numerous fine art commissions. Doug began his professional career as a commercial artist in New York City shortly after leaving art school in 1974. He relocated to Seattle, Washington in 1979 for a position with an industrial design firm, and in 1982, moved on to assistant art director at KIRO TV (CBS), where he received an Emmy award for graphic design. Doug’s work has been chosen for the Downtown Seattle Association’s public art projects, and his commissioned works are installed at McChord Air Force Base, Evergreen Hospital, and The University of Washington to name a few. Since 2006, Doug has worked as an independent contractor in the collections department of the Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle, where he fabricates mannequins and mounts, creates unique storage, and installs artifacts for many of their unique exhibits.

ISBN: HC 9781947277182/ ePDF 9781947277199/ EPUB 9781947277205/ KF8 9781947277212
Print Length: 32 Full Color Pages
Publication Date: Fall 2020 
Age Group: 4-8