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Katherine Woodfine

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Katherine Woodfine was born in Lancashire in 1983. She studied English at Bristol University and in 2005 she was highly commended in Vogue magazines annual Talent Competition for young writers. She writes an award-winning blog, Follow the Yellow, and her work has been published by Flax Books in the anthology Mostly Truthful.

She lives in London and since 2009 she has worked for the literature charity Booktrust, where she is a children's book specialist and project manager of the Children's Laureate.

Genres: Children's Fiction
Katherine Woodfine recommends
Nancy Parker's Diary of Detection (2016)
(Nancy Parker mystery, book 1)
Julia Lee
"Intrepid housemaid-turned-detective Nancy Parker is a heroine to root for!."
A Girl Called Owl (2017)
Amy Wilson
"A winter treat full of frosty magic."
Murder at the Mill (2017)
(Iris Grey, book 1)
M B Shaw
"A nice little slice of festive who dunnit - just right for cosy winter afternoons."
Tilly and the Bookwanderers (2018)
(Pages & Co, book 1)
Anna James
"Pages & Co. is a true delight for book-lovers – you’ll adore exploring the magical world of the bookwanderers with Tilly."
Seed (2022)
Caryl Lewis
"Wonderfully uplifting and hopeful."
Drama and Danger (2022)
(Lizzie and Belle Mysteries, book 1)
J T Williams
"Bringing Georgian London vividly to life, this is a wonderful historical mystery with two delightful heroines. I can't wait to read the next instalment and find out what Lizzie and Belle will get up to next!"

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