Rebecca Elgar (born in Lincoln) is an English children's book illustrator and writer. She is best known for creating the pre-school children's TV series Driver Dan's Story Train. She also created the original designs for the series Boo! and illustrated some spinoff books.
In an interview with the BBC Elgar said that "bringing a love of books and reading to young children" was one of her aims when she created Driver Dan's Story Train.
Some of her published credits are: the Driver Dan series (2011), the Where's Boo! series (2004), Where's my Dinner? (2003), Time for Bed (2003), Is that an elephant over there? (1995), Shhh everyone's sleeping (1996), and the popular Jack books including Jack: It's a sunny day! (1999), Jack: It's a rainy day (1999), Jack: It's playtime (1998), Jack: It's bedtime (1998).
Her current projects include 'charming little picture', a range printed toys and original illustrations.
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