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Muhammad Khan

  • 5 stars across 4 books

    Muhammad Khan is an engineer, a secondary-school maths teacher, and now a YA author! He takes his inspiration from the children he teaches, as well as his own upbringing as a British-born Pakistani. He lives in South London and has an MA in Creative Writing from St Mary's. His debut novel I Am Thunder won the Branford Boase First Novel Award, the 2018 Great Reads Award and a number of regional awards. His second novel, Kick the Moon is also published by Macmillan Children's Books.

    Amrit Birdi is a No.1 bestselling comic book artist, best known for illustrating Joe Sugg's Username:Evie series. He and his team have delivered comic art, concept design, storyboards and commercial illustration for international brands and publishers such as Netflix, Square Enix, SKY, Porsche, Universal, Hachette, Pepsi Co, ITV, Ubisoft, Nike, Warner Bros and Titan Comics.

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    20th February 2020

    Split: World Book Day 2020

    A day can change everything in this exclusive short story from the award-winning author of I Am Thunder , written... More

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    25th January 2018

    I Am Thunder

    I Am Thunder is the Branford Boase Award-winning debut YA novel which questions how far you'll go to stand up fo... More

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    24th January 2019

    Kick the Moon

    A powerful, compelling novel from the critically-acclaimed author of the Branford Boase-winning I Am Thunder , abou... More

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    25th February 2021

    Mark My Words

    Isn't the truth as simple as black and white? Mark My Words is the searing novel from Branford Boase Award-winne... More

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