We’re immensely proud to have the support of the following writers and others working in children’s literacy and education.
A former headteacher, Jeremy is the author of over 100 children’s books. His stories are humorous, and he has won several awards, including the Children’s Book Award 1997. His books for dyslexic children are published by Barrington Stoke.
Bestselling children’s author, Lucy, writes novels for book lovers aged 9+. Her award-winning writing combines elements of fantasy and magical realism with historical settings.
Philip is the author of several critically acclaimed children’s fantasy books based on classical mythology and themes.
Decima blends the genres of crime and historical fiction along with a touch of spookiness. She has a long-standing interest in child protection and a percentage of royalties are donated to the charity Embrace Child Victims of Crime.
Diane worked as a political lobbyist in Brussels before joining the European Commission, where she managed overseas aid programmes in Ukraine after the fall of communism. Her first novel won The People’s Book Prize For Fiction.
Barbara is an experienced and qualified librarian offering school library consultancy, advice and training services. She is Vice-Chair of the Great School Libraries Campaign and Treasurer-Elect of the CILIP School Libraries Group.