Harriet Muncaster is the author and illustrator of the internationally bestselling Isadora Moon series of young reader books and the middle-grade Victoria Stitch series, both published by Oxford University Press.
So far Isadora Moon is available in thirty-five different languages, including Spanish, Italian, Romanian and Korean, and is available as audio books. The Isadora Moon series won the El Corte Inglés Children’s Book of the Year in 2019 and has sold over 2 million copies worldwide.
Harriet lives with her husband and daughter near some beautiful countryside in Bedfordshire, England.
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was raised in the UK and has British and Nigerian heritage. She writes for adults and children and has always written around her day job, starting out as a hairdresser in London’s West End, then
moving on to a science degree, postgraduate studies and work in the fields of biomedical and environmental research. Her debut middle-grade adventure, The Lightning Catcher, was published by
Bloomsbury in 2021.
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James Lancett is a London based illustrator, director and yellow sock lover! As a child growing up in Cardiff he was obsessed with cartoons, video games and all things fantasy. As he grew up and became a lot more beardy these inspirations held strong and so he moved to London to study a BA Illustration and Animation at Kingston University. This degree opened the door to a job he had dreamt of ever since he was a kid and he now works as an illustrator and Storyboard artist for animation.
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James' books include:
Seven Wherewithal Way by Samantha-Ellen Bound, published by Affirm Press
The Greatest Mistakes That Went Right by Maddy Mara and Cheryl Orsini, published by Affirm Press
Follow Your Feelings: Max and Worry, written by Kitty Black and illustrated by Jess Rose, published by Affirm Press.
Toy Mountain written by Stef Gemmill, illustrated by Katharine Hall and published by EK Books.
Tomorrow is a Brand New Day written by Davina Bell, illustrated by Allison Colpoys and published by Scribble Books.
Seasons In The City by Megan McKean, published by Lothian Books.
Book of Curious Birds by Jennifer Cossins, published by Lothian Books.
On Liz's radar is ... going to Korea! Her book, that is.
Walking Your Human (written by Liz Ledden, illustrated by Gabriella Petruso and published by Larrikin House) has had its first international rights deal, and will be translated into Korean to be sold in the Korean market. Yippee!
For more about this fun picture book (ideal for dog lovers!) check it out here.
Nat gives a shout-out to our awesome listener Tilly who wrote into us asking for more of this kind of silliness...
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