Author interview with Emily Snape, creator of Fergus the Furball
This month we sent our Parakeet subscribers the laugh-out-loud story of Daniel and his brother Fergus – who he accidentally turns into a guinea pig! We were thrilled to hear from author and illustrator Emily Snape about why she loves writing for children and how her own two sons inspired the book.
Posted on Monday, May 18, 2020
An interview with Shoo Rayner, author of Walker
When Walker by Shoo Rayner landed on our desks a few months ago, there was no way we couldn’t choose it for our April boxes! This month our Parakeet subscribers have been getting to know the extensive cast of brilliant pooches in Shoo’s book. He kindly agreed to answer a few questions for us and, even better, recorded his answers in this video.
Posted on Monday, April 27, 2020
An interview with Piers Torday
One of the highlights of our lockdown is listening to the wonderful Piers Torday reading The Last Wild on Instagram every afternoon. What a treat! If you haven’t been listening along (and haven’t already read the book), we would highly recommend getting hold of a copy – it’s a Parrot Street favourite! In between readings, Piers kindly agreed to answer a few questions for us.
Posted on Sunday, April 19, 2020
A Books.Ink interview with Remy Lai, author of Pie in the Sky
We were thrilled when the Books.Ink team chose Pie in the Sky as their book of the month for March and asked us to set up an interview with author Remy Lai. They’ve kindly agreed that we can repost that interview here.
Posted on Tuesday, April 14, 2020
An Interview With Sharna Jackson, author of High Rise Mystery
This month we sent our Cockatoo subscribers the wonderful High Rise Mystery, about two sisters who are very skilled detectives and get to work on a case when a local resident is murdered. We thought it would be fun to quiz author Sharna Jackson about what inspired the book and her writing routine.
Posted on Saturday, October 12, 2019
An Interview With Chloe Daykin
This month we sent our Cockatoo subscribers the wonderful The Boy Who Hit Play, a quirky, touching tale that explores our sense of identity, the power of sound, and the role of social media in the lives of young people. Here we quiz author Chloe Daykin about what inspired the book and her writing routine.
Posted on Saturday, June 8, 2019