Sarah McIntyre and her web designer Dan Fone have just created a web page for our free Reeve and McIntyre story, Thatch the Moon . It features links to all five episodes, read for us by the wonderful Amy Sutton , and also some of the Thatch-the-Moon inspired drawings that people have shared with us on Twitter. And Sarah has turned her artwork into a large and elaborate Thatch The Moon colouring sheet that you can print out and pass to anyone who wants to while away the pandemic with some colouring in - ideally whilst listening to the story. You can find it all on Sarah's website (where she also has pages devoted to all our books). And if it whets your appetite for McIntyre-authored picture books, don't miss her new one, Don't Call Me Grumpycorn , which has just been published by Scholastic. It should be available from all UK bookshops, but here's a link to one of our favourites, Nottingham's Page 45 , who stock all our books and can ship internationally.
Reviews and ruminations by Philip Reeve, author of the Mortal Engines series, the Railhead trilogy, Here Lies Arthur, Goblins, and The Legend of Kevin, Pugs of the Frozen North, etc, with Sarah McIntyre.