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Amanda's work is inspired by the natural world, travel and textiles. Long-listed for the Commonword and Virginia Prize, she holds an MA in Writing the Visual and lectures in Art and Creative Writing.
Books by Amanda: Boundless Sky
Ashok, 'India's Epic Storyteller', is the bestselling and critically acclaimed author of over 63 books which have sold over 3.2 million copies in 21 countries and 61 languages.
Books by Ashok: I am Brown
Brigita is a Slovenian author and translator. She has published numerous short stories and poems in online and print journals. Her work has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize.
Books by Brigita: The Pirate Tree
Christina is an American author with a wide range of experience in the K-12 educational market. She loves just about anything that involves exploration. The Wall and the Wild is her debut picture book.
Books by Christina: The Wall and the Wild
Malaysian author Diwa teaches meditation and breathwork classes, and owns Tulamula, a company that makes intuitively-designed mala necklaces and bracelets for healing, happiness and inspiration.
Books by Diwa: Kaya's Heart Song
Hannah is a Latinx writer, actor, and director who currently resides in Tennessee. She is the mother of two girls, co-founder of Collective Art School of Tennessee, and a YouTuber.
Books by Hannah: Anita and the Dragons
Ian is an education consultant and primary school teacher. He is also the founder of The Reading Realm, a popular educational app for teachers.
Books by Ian: Violet's Tempest
James was a celebrated Jamaican poet, living in the UK. Winner of multiple awards including the Coretta Scott King Book Award and the Smarties Grand Prix, he was awarded an OBE by the Queen for services to poetry. He passed away in 2017.(photo credit Hazel Johnson).
Books by James: A Story About Afiya
John Agard, born in Guyana and now resident in the UK, is a world-renowned poet and performer. He has won numerous awards including the Queen’s Gold Medal for Poetry, the Smarties Award, the Paul Hamlyn Award and the Casa de las Americas Poetry Award.
Books by John: Coyote's Soundbite: A Poem for Our Planet
Joyce is a Chinese-Singaporean children’s author. Her work is regularly anthologised and she has a particular passion for steampunk and science fiction.
Books by Joyce: Dragon Dancer
Keilly is Managing Editor of the award-winning publication First News – the UK's first national newspaper for young people. The Tigon and the Liger is her first picture book.
Books by Keilly: The Tigon and the Liger
Krina is an illustrator, author, and designer. Beginning her design career at a children’s publishing house in 2012, she developed a passion for illustrated non-fiction. In 2018, she was shortlisted for Penguin’s WriteNow illustration prize.
Books by Krina: My Mindful A to Zen: 26 Wellbeing Haiku for Happy Little Minds
Mahtab was born in Mumbai and now lives in Canada. She is the award-winning author of The Third Eye, which won the Silver Birch Fiction Award, and The Tiffin.
Books by Mahtab: Looking for Lord Ganesh
Maryam is an Emirati writer who is passionate about storytelling. She lives in Dubai with her husband and two children who inspire her stories.
Books by Maryam: Mira's Curly Hair
Michael is the author of 8 picture books including The Cloud Spinner, which received a Kirkus Star. With a PhD from Cambridge University, Michael is currently a school effectiveness advisor..
Books by Michael: SuperJoe Does NOT Do Cuddles
Ming and Wah Chen are identical twins who love history, plucky heroes and anything by Agatha Christie. Graduates of Harvard and Columbia Universities respectively, they have published two previous children's books and live in Hong Kong and Los Angeles.
Books by Ming & Wah: Escape: One Day We Had to Run
Nansubuga was born in the United States to Ugandan parents and works in international development in East and Southern Africa. Her debut picture book Sleep Well, Siba and Saba was voted a Kirkus Best Picture Book of the Year.
Nnedi is a multi-award-winning author born in the United States to Nigerian parents. Her children's books have won the Macmillan Writers Prize for Africa, the Children's Africana Book Award and the Wole Soyinka Prize for African Literature.
Books by Nnedi: Chicken in the Kitchen
A graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw, Poland, award-winning children’s book illustrator Paweł has illustrated over 80 books and won international acclaim for his work.(photo credit Ewa Kozyra-Pawlak)
Books by Paweł: Oscar Seeks a Friend
Ranjit is a British children’s book author of East Asian heritage. He uses words to reach out and inspire people in his community.
Books by Ranjit: Nimesh the Adventurer
Rosie J. Pova is a multi-published children's author and school presenter whose mission is to inspire kids to believe in themselves, dream big, and follow their passions.
Books by Rosie: Sunday Rain
Samuel was born and raised in Ghana. He loves to paint stories with words. Maisie’s Scrapbook was inspired by his young family. He lives in Ohio with his wife, Freda, and daughter, Merrit.
Books by Samuel: Maisie's Scrapbook
Sharanya is an award-winning poet and writer from India. Amongst her awards and accolades are the Lavanya Sankaran Fellowship, a 2012 ELLE Fiction Award, and nominations for the Pushcart Prize.(photo credit Catriona Mitchell)
Books by Sharanya: The Ammuchi Puchi
Stella is a Brazilian children’s book writer. An art teacher with a Masters in Art History, she is also a founding member of Casa BabaYaga, a literary collective in Brazil.
Books by Stella: Old Man of the Sea
Susan retired after thirty years as a Kindergarten teacher and currently enjoys her "second career" assisting adult English Language Learners and U.S. citizenship candidates.
Tutu was born in India but grew up in Malaysia. She is the author of several highly praised books for young people. In 2014, Tutu was a judge for the Scholastic Asia Young Writers Award.
Books by Tutu: Phoenix Song
Born in Nairobi, Wanuri is an award-winning filmmaker and TED fellow. Her films have screened in over 100 festivals around the world.
Books by Wanuri: The Wooden Camel