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  • Nadia Nadia

    Nadia Wheatley

    NADIA WHEATLEY began writing full-time in 1976, after completing postgraduate work in Australian history. She writes for adults as well as for children and her published work includes fiction, history, biography and picture books. Nadia’s work reflects a commitment to multiculturalism, social justice and the preservation of the natural environment and has been recognized with numerous awards. Over a number of years she worked as a consultant at the school at Papunya, an Aboriginal community in the Western Desert.
  • Vicky Vicky

    Vicky White

    Supremely talented young artist and illustrator of the award-winning Ape.
  • Jan Jan
  • Paul Paul

    Paul Whitfield

    I was born in Sydney, Australia to an English father and a librarian mother – who is mostly to blame for my love of books. I studied architecture at university for almost a year but quit when I realized I didn’t like buildings and was no good at maths. I decided that I wanted to be a journalist and see the world. The problem of getting started in journalism was solved with the help of a friend with whom I started a tiny magazine with a big name: the "Hampstead Arts and Literature Review". I went on to write for lots of news outlets including the BBC and the New York Times.
  • Juan Juan

    Juan Wijngaard

    Kate Greenaway Medal-winning illustrator of Sir Gawain and the Loathly Lady and Shakepeare's Globe.
  • Margaret Margaret
  • Mo Mo

    Mo Willems

    Mo Willems is the award-winning author of Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus.
  • Bee Bee
  • Marcia Marcia

    Marcia Williams

    A reteller of classic stories – from Noah’s Ark and Don Quixote to several of Shakespeare’s plays – all illustrated in her distinctive cartoon-strip style.
  • Sue Sue