Robyn Osborne was born in Brisbane, but grew up on the Sunshine Coast. Her claim to fame at Nambour High was being regularly sent to the office for not wearing regulation leather shoes by overzealous prefects, including Kevin Rudd. Robyn is an author, teacher and self-confessed animal fanatic. She has published a number of successful children's titles including Going Fishing, Going Camping (a Qld Premier's Reading Challenge book) and My Dog Socks (a CBCA Notable book). Her canine inspired books Dog Logic and Midget Bones' Diary have proved popular with dog loving readers. Robyn currently lives on the Fraser Coast with her husband and Jack the dog, the perfect writer's muse. Robyn lives in the Sunshine Coast, Queensland.