About the illustrator
Pauline Lévêque is a French illustrator, author and freelance journalist. For many years, she wrote about the film and entertainment industries for publications including Le Journal du Dimanche and Paris Match, where she was a contributor for 10 years. When her son Georges was born, she started to write "Beep Beep", a bilingual (French-English) children’s book series starring a funny little red car. In 2017, she illustrated the charming and playful "Say Bonjour to the Lady" published by Clarkson Potter. Recently, she illustrated two novels, "Une fille comme elle" and "Ghost in Love", both written by Marc Levy, published by Robert Laffont & Versilio.
Pauline sells her illustrations on demand and proposes drawings of views, houses, buildings, streets... that are memorable to you.
She lives in Manhattan with her husband and their two children.