Martin Baynton is a writer and illustrator of children’s books.
Robyn Belton is one of New Zealand’s best known and most celebrated children’s book illustrators.
Born in Australia, Donovan Bixley moved to New Zealand with his family as a young boy.
Joy Cowley is one of New Zealand’s most celebrated authors.
Brian Falkner was born and raised in Auckland.
Sharon Holt grew up in Auckland, New Zealand.
Raymond Huber lives in New Zealand.
Children's illustrator and writer Adrienne Kennaway was born in New Zealand.
Brian Lovelock is a scientist working in the power industry in New Zealand.
Margaret Mahy has published over 200 children's titles and was awarded the prestigious Hans Christian Andersen Award for writing in 2006.
Tina Matthews was born and raised in New Zealand and now lives in Sydney where she works as a writer and illustrator, and as a visiting author in schools and libraries.
Catherine Mayo grew up in Auckland and was a compulsive reader and dreamer.
Virginia Miller's first children’s book, Squeak-a-lot written by Martin Waddell, was runner-up for the prestigious Mother Goose Award in 1991.
Sandra Morris is an author and illustrator from New Zealand.
Lorraine has worn many hats, most of them relating to children's books: reader, librarian, parent, book reviewer, book promoter, and lastly, author.
John Parker is a children's author who also writes for adults as a journalist and radio scriptwriter.
Ruth Paul lives in an off-grid straw bale house in the middle of a paddock under a wind farm just outside Wellington, New Zealand.
Elizabeth Pulford was born in Hamilton, Canada, but was brought up in New Zealand from the age of two.
Elena de Roo is an Auckland children’s writer and poet.
Born in New Zealand last century, Clare Scott has tried lots of things in her life, such as manufacturing, nursing, selling, administrating, wife-ing, mothering, nana-ing, teaching, and writing.
Sally Sutton is the award-winning and bestselling author of Roadworks, Demolition and Construction.
Glenn Wood grew up in New Plymouth, New Zealand.
Originally from New Zealand, Judy Zavos’s father was working in India when she was born, and his work took the family to a number of countries.