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Jules Howard

Jules Howard is a zoology correspondent, author, science-writer and broadcaster. He writes for the Guardian, BBC Wildlife Magazine and Science Focus magazine and appears regularly on TV and radio, including Newsround and BBC Radio 5 Live. Jules’s popular non-fiction books for children include The Who, What, Why of Zoology, Respect the Insect and the bestselling Encyclopedia of Animals.

Mike Rampton

Mike is an author and journalist who lives in a nice village near Cambridge with his wife and daughter. He often has a pen behind his ear because he thinks it makes him look clever and busy, and he knows a very good song about dinosaurs. There’s No Such Thing as a Silly Question is his first book for children.

Carolina Rabei

Ever since she was very small, Carolina Rabei has loved drawing. After attaining a BA in Graphic Design in Moldova, she received a distinction in Children’s Book Illustration from the prestigious Cambridge School of Art. Carolina is known for building worlds of warmth and heart in the books she illustrates. She lives near Cambridge with her husband and son.

Georgie Birkett

Georgie is a BookTrust-award-winning children’s book writer and illustrator who has also been longlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal. She has made many books for children and lives in the characterful town of Lewes, near the south coast of England, with her husband, two sons and two cats.

Katie Woolley

Grasya Oliyko

Grasya Oliyko is a Ukrainian artist. She studied fine arts and book graphics at university and now illustrates children’s books for publishers all around the world, including The Old Lion Publishing House, Flying Eye Books, and Ranok. Grasya loves animals and has two dogs and two cats that she rescued from the streets to give them a loving home.

James Rey Sanchez

Pete Williamson

Martin Howard

Martin Howard writes absurdly funny books for children. His last was a Sunday Times Book of the Week and he has been compared to Terry Pratchett, Douglas Adams and the Monty Pythons. Mallory Vayle and the Curse of Maggoty Skull is his favourite so far.

Susannah Lloyd

Susannah Lloyd is the author of picture books Who Ate Steve?, Here Be Giants, Here Be Dragons, Oh Monty!, This Book Can Read Your Mind, and The Terribly Friendly Fox.

Her books have been translated into ten languages.

She loves reading stories, especially the ones you find in children’s books. Libraries and bookshops are her happy place.

Her favourite book from childhood was ‘Trubloff, The Mouse Who Wanted To Play The Balalaika‘, by John Burningham. It made her want to play the balalaika too, but, alas, she still cannot. Her favourite food is trifle and her favourite words are ‘in cahoots’ and ‘hullabaloo’.

She wrote her first ever book when she was five, on her kitchen table, with the help of a large pot of felt tip pens and a stapler. It was about a fox, a wolf, a crow and a stolen balloon. It had a very mysterious ending. This was followed by an ambitious murder mystery series, started aged 11, abandoned aged 12. She is now making up for lost time.

Her books are inspired by old black and white movies, dusty stuffed animals in museums and all things small in the world.

Jim Field

An award-winning illustrator, character designer and animation director, Jim grew up in Farnborough, England, and now lives in the French countryside with his wife, young daughter, a grumpy cat and several guitars. He has won multiple awards including the BookTrust Roald Dahl Funny Prize, Oscar’s Book Prize, Sainsbury’s Children’s Book Awards and the Lollies Book Award. He regularly collaborates with Rachel Bright (The Lion Inside), Kes Gray (Oi Frog!) and Julian Gough (Rabbit & Bear), as well as writing and illustrating his own bilingual books in the Monsieur Roscoe series.

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