This week, we’re very pleased to welcome Philip Reeve to the podcast, talking about his new book Railhead, published by Oxford University Press Children’s Books, and more…!
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Kate chatted to Philip a week ago, asking him lots of S-based questions, as Monday 19th October is ‘S’, on Philip’s A to Z of Railhead blog tour. Philip is the author for many books for children and young adults. Kate has read all the Mortal Engines books (the first in the series is in the current Buy Books For Syria campaign at Waterstones), and is a big fan, and she also enjoyed Here Lies Arthur. Philip works with Sarah MacIntyre to produce some wonderful illustrated books aimed children of around 7-11, and some amazing outfits too.
Find out more about Philip and his books at his website.
Philip has also written us a blog post, ‘S is for Spindlebridge’, to give you more of an insight into one of the most interesting features of Railhead. He was originally planning to write ‘S is for Sea’, but we talked about settings by the sea in the podcast. Look out for this on the blog this afternoon!
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Episode 143. An Adventures With Words production.
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