I write for children of all ages. My books are published by Little Tiger Press, Barefoot Books, A & C Black and Heinemann.
Ruby and Mai are camping out in the garden. As the night draws in, all sorts of scary characters head towards their tent. Luckily, Ruby has some magical objects in her rucksack, but will they be enough to keep the girls safe?
Illustrator: Latimer, Miriam
Publisher:Barefoot Pages: 32
Price ( Hardcover ): $16.99
Price ( Paperback ): $7.99
Publication date: May 1, 2012
ISBN ( Hardcover ): 978-1-84686-593-0
ISBN ( Paperback ): 978-1846867583
Category: Picture Books
Ages 3 to 7 years
Illustrated by: Alison Edgson
“Winter is coming,” Mother Bear said. “We must snuggle down to sleep in our den.”
Little Bear doesn’t want to sleep! He wants to know what snow is like. His friends try to show him by making mud-balls and angels in the sand. But Little Bear knows that while he’s asleep his friends will have fun in the soft, white snow. Will they forget all about him?
I regularly carry out workshops and events in schools and local libraries. Get in touch if you would like me to come to you!
Kathryn is a children's author from Wells, Somerset. She has written over 25 books for children of all ages.
When They Fight, was voted a notable social studies book by the US Libraries Association, Here Comes the Crocodile, was shortlisted for both the Nottingham and Sheffield Children’s Book Awards and Ruby’s School Walk was one of the finalists in the Boston Globe Readaloud Book Award.
Kathryn is a regular performer at the Edinburgh, Bath & Cheltenham festivals and has presented at many other events.
From the blog
Saturday 7th June was my first Reading Force event. I confess that I was curious and concerned as to how it would all go. But all trepidation was instantly swept away by the wave of enthusiastic librarians.
I recently visited pupils at Bishops Lydeard Primary School in Taunton to kick-start National Share-A-Story Month!
I read and made masks with each year group and had a wonderful day with all of the children. You can read more about my time there over on the Somerset County Gazette.
All of the pupils at Shrewton Primary School presented me with a bag full of questions. I sat and counted each hand written one and was amazed to discover exactly 100.