All my books are available through independent bookshops, Waterstones, WHSmiths and Amazon etc. The links below will help support a local business.
If you’ve enjoyed reading one of my books then a review online is very much appreciated!
For ages seven plus:
The Book Cat, illustrated by Clara Vulliamy, published by Faber and Faber
The (possibly) true story of Morgan, Book Cat extraordinaire and mastermind of the great kitten evacuation during London’s second Blitz. Also available as an audio book.
Prima Donna Pony, illustrated by Sarah Jennings, published by Walker Books
Rose loves horses – from a distance. She’s always found them a bit scary up close. When she wins a pony in a competition, she has to face her fears and learn to ride. But this is no ordinary pony: Maltie Delight is a bona fide superstar, and he knows it. How will this selfie-loving prima donna ever settle for shy Rose as his owner? Can a Wild West riding camp help them learn to live together – or will it be a diva disaster? A hilarious illustrated tale of friendship and self-belief. Also available as an audio book
Pony on the Twelfth Floor, illustrated by Sarah Jennings, published by Walker Books
Kizzy lives and breathes for ponies. When she finds one stealing flapjacks in the local supermarket it’s all she’s ever dreamed of. The small matter that Kizzy lives on the twelfth floor of a London tower block isn’t going to stop her taking him home. With illustrations by Sarah Jennings. Also available as an audio book
Mango and Bambang series (for approx ages 5 -8):
Each book contains four stories about Mango Allsorts and her best friend Bambang who happens to be a tapir. Fully illustrated by Clara Vulliamy, they’re the perfect step up from picture books for newly independent readers or to share for those wanting a longer story at bedtime.
“Real charm… reminiscent of Paddington” The Sunday Times
Building a Home, illustrated by Klas Fahlen, published by Nosy Crow
There’s an old building on the edge of town. Once, people worked there, but not any more. From Doug with his digger to Jane and her crane, see how a team of builders use their vehicles and tools to transform an old building into a home.
Grab That Rabbit, illustrated by Briony May Smith, published by Pavilion Books.
Hodge the rabbit is wedged in Mrs Sprat’s hedge. Will he escape before the very cross gardener or hungry buzzard grab that rabbit?
” ***** Pick of the Year” from The Daily Telegraph
Picking Pickle, illustrated by Clara Vulliamy, published by Pavilion Books.
Have you come to choose a dog? Picking will be a pickle once you’ve met bouncy Boo-Boo, noisy Wiggins, clever Dumpling and friends but I’m sure you’ll make the right decision.
“Cute and funny, Picking Pickle will leave everyone desperate for a Pickle of their own” The Sunday Express