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Nikki Sheehan

  • 5 stars across 3 books
    Nikki Sheehan is the youngest daughter of a rocket scientist. Sheehan achieved a first class degree in linguistics and worked as a subtitler on Coronation Street and The Simpsons. She later studied developmental psychology and journalism and continues to work as a freelance journalist and copywriter, specialising in parenting features. Sheehan has three children and is also a story mentor with Little Green Pig (Ministry of Stories) helping children to access their creativity. In addition, Sheehan is also one of three organisers of Brighton Rocks Books, the first mini festival of children's writing in the area. Sheehan is also the author of Who Framed Klaris Cliff? Published by O.U.P in 2014.
    5th May 2016

    Swan Boy

    Life isn't easy for Johnny. He is trying to help his mum, he is looking after his little brother and he is going to a ... More

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    6th July 2017

    Goodnight, Boy

    A tale of two very different worlds, both shattered by the loss of loved ones. Tragic, comic and full of hope, thank... More

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    6th February 2014

    Who Framed Klaris Cliff?

    People used to call them 'friends' and said how they were good for your brain. And then a day came when all that changed... More

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