Meredith Hooper was born in Australia. Currently she is a Visiting Research Fellow in the History of Science at the Royal Institution. She is an Antarctic specialist and has made several research trips to the continent. In 2000 she was awarded the Antarctica Medal by the US Congress. Her books for Frances Lincoln include Dogs' Night, The Pebble in my Pocket (the only children's book ever to be shortlisted for the Dingle History of Science Book Award), The Drop in my Drink, Tom's Rabbit, Antarctic Journal, Ice Trap, and The Island that Moved. Bee Willey is an accomplished illustrator whose work has been used not only for children's picture books, but also in advertising, on record sleeves and displayed in numerous exhibitions at the Royal College of Art. Her previous children's titles include River Story Award and The Pear Tree by Meredith Hooper, (Walker Books) and The Poet Cat by Grace Nicholls (Bloomsbury). This is her first title for Frances Lincoln.
The Longest Winter: Scott's Othe...by Meredith Hooper
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