Small children ask big questions. Who Made Me? is one of the most important. This book gives a comprehensive answer, providing the facts of life with frankness and humour, and puts them in the context of a loving relationship. This book is intended for parents and children to read together, to help talk about a potentially complicated (and possibly a little embarrassing!) subject. Teachers may also find this a useful resource.
Meryl Doney is a freelance writer and editor. She has written more than 50 books for both adults and children, including The Art of Prayer, and The Very Worried Sparrow Malcolm Doney works as a freelance journalist and copywiter. Nick Butterworth started out as a typographic designer with the National Children's Home, going on to become a freelance graphic designer in collaboration with fellow children's writer and illustrator Mick Inkpen; he has also worked as a television presenter! He is best-known for his Percy the Park Keeper series, and his outstanding success makes him one of the most popular author-illustrators in contemporary children's fiction. Mick Inkpen is one of the top-selling picture book author-illustrators in the world with millions of readers, and his stories being translated into over twenty different languages. He started out as a graphic designer, during which time he started working with much-loved children's author Nick Butterworth, from whom he learned design and typography. Mick has won numerous awards world-wide including The British Book Award for Penguin Small, The British Book Award for the best illustrated book, for Lullabyhullabaloo, and Kipper won a BAFTA for best animated children's film in 1998.