All of the pages were done in watercolor as was the type for the cover.
I left the type off of these examples to show more of the illustration.
With both the spread above and this one, I wanted to guide the viewer's eye to the focal point by using different shapes in the composition. Above, the ax handle and the trees on the right lead to Babe. In the spread below, Babe's back and head on the left point toward the cook on the right while Babe's arm on the right page brings the viewer's eye back up to his face.