Authors & Artists

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  • Berlie Berlie
  • Tommy Tommy

    Tommy Donbavand

    Tommy Donbavand was born in Liverpool and has worked at a number of careers that have included clown, actor, theatre producer, storyteller and writer. His non-fiction books for children, Boredom Busters and Quick Fixes for Bored Kids, have helped him to become a regular guest on radio stations around the UK and he also writes for a number of UK magazines, including Creative Steps and Scholastic’s Junior Education. Tommy is also the author of comedy horror series Scream Street and the Fangs Vampire Spy series. He lives in Northumberland with his family.
  • Siobhan Siobhan

    Siobhan Dowd

    Siobhan Dowd was the widely-loved, prize-winning author of four books, two of which were published after her premature death from cancer, aged 47. In 2009 she became the first author ever posthumously awarded the prestigious Carnegie Medal.
  • Kit Kit

    Kit Downes

    Kit Downes has just finished his final year at the University of Wales, Bangor, studying English and History. He spends much of his free time searching for “good” stories and writing his own when he can’t find enough. The idea for Zal and Zara and the Great Race of Azamed came to him in a café in Hay-on-Wye in the summer after leaving school, and he finished writing it in his first term at university. When he graduates, Kit plans to keep writing and travelling so as to avoid getting a real job for as long as possible.
  • Patrick Patrick
  • Nick Nick
  • Malachy Malachy

    Malachy Doyle

    An author of books for children of all ages, whose work has been inspired by the folk tales of Ireland and Wales.
  • Ming Ming
  • Ursula Ursula
  • Joyce Joyce

    Joyce Dunbar

    Joyce is the author of Oddly, The Monster Who Ate Darkness, and Shoe Baby and Pat-a-Cake Baby, which were both illustrated by her daughter, Polly.