School Visits and Public Events
For all school and library visits please read the guide below
For bookshop signings, conferences, and festivals, please contact
International School Visits
If you would like me to visit a school outside the UK, please contact Authors Abroad
Press and Media Enquiries
For press enquiries regarding my children’s books, please contact Quercus Children’s (part of Hachette Children’s Group)
For all other PR matters: Victoria Rontaler at Rontaler PR & Events.
UK and International Rights
For all fiction and publishing enquiries, please contact the
C + W Agency
Film, Theatre & TV
For enquiries about film, theatre and TV writing, please contact
FOR YOUNG READERS
If you have any questions that aren’t answered on my FAQ page, do drop me a line using the form below and I will try to answer them.
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℅ C + W Agency
London SW1Y 4SP
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Find out more about my school visits, or where you can come and see me at a festival or bookshop near you.
I was inspired to write The Last Wild by the shocking discovery that Earth has lost over 60% of its wildlife in the last 40+ years. What will happen in the next 40 years. Will there be any animals left, and if not, what are we going to do about it? What are YOU going to do about it?
Yes. As I am based in London, most of my visits take place in the Southeast. But budget and time permitting, I do try and visit as many schools across the UK as I can. For more information on how to arrange a visit, the sessions I offer, and fees, please contact:
Not for the time being. “The Wild Beyond”, the third book in the series, is the conclusion of Kester, Polly, Aida and all their animal friends’ adventures as I see it for now. I firmly believe that those left at the end of that story have very exciting futures ahead of them! But never say never. There might be a fourth book one day, you never know…