Ruth Thomson is an award-winning writer of non-fiction books for both children and young people. She writes on an eclectic range of topics, including history, writing skills and art and design, as well as on the human body and health. She also travels widely, collecting recycled artefacts and stories about their makers to exhibit in museums and galleries.
Chloe Thomson is a Psychology graduate with a particular interest in eating disorders, teenagers and health. She has worked on the development of leaflets and posters for several health campaigns for a major cancer charity. Chloe currently splits her time between writing and working as a camera assistant for both television and film.
Mums have so many great qualities. They provide a warm, safe home, and teach many wonderful new things. They're great fo... More
This entertaining volume of verse for the very young is the perfect introduction to poetry. It includes poems about ever... More
Hundreds of silly jokes on every topic you can think of! What's the difference between an elephant and a biscuit? ... More
Starting to have periods is something every girl faces and is one sign of growing up, but the subject is often clouded b... More
Hot Dogs and Dinosnores is a hilarious, laugh-out-loud joke book stuffed full of funny animal jokes to get kids la... More
Roald Dahl's Cinderella joins Snow-White and the Seven Dwarfs, Jack and the Beanstalk, Goldilocks and th... More
Amelie Day loves to bake so she's thrilled when she's invited to compete in Britain's Best teen Baker of the Year. But A... More
Roald Dahl's Little Red Riding Hood joins the famously infamous Snow-White and the Seven Dwarfs and the very s... More
Starting to have periods is something all girls face. This book explains exactly what periods are, why they happen, and ... More