Paul Mason was born in London and now lives in a cottage on an island in New Zealand with his wife and children. Paul has written a dozen children's books, and some of his stories are used by the University of Auckland to encourage teachers to promote sustainability in their classrooms. @writerpaulmason | www.paulmasonwriter.com Katy Riddell grew up Brighton and since graduating with a BA Hons in Illustration and Animation from Manchester Metropolitan University, she has worked on PONGWIFFY and MIDNIGHT FEASTING. She lives and works in Manchester.
"A heartwarming story" -- Abi Elphinstone, author of SKY SONG and
"Warm, wise and wonderful." -- Sophie Anderson, author of THE HOUSE WITH THE CHICKEN LEGS and THE GIRL WHO SPEAKS BEAR
"By turns funny, moving, and action-packed, THE INTERNATIONAL YETI COLLECTIVE is a fast-moving adventure with a meditative, philosophical heart. Perfect for fans of H.S. Norup's THE MISSING BARBEGAZI." -- Sinead O'Hart, author of THE EYE OF THE NORTH and THE STAR-SPUN WEB
"As a biologist, I can neither confirm nor deny the existence of yetis. To do so would endanger them the world over. This book taps into the secret lives of our mythical and very hairy cousins and takes us on an adventure like no other." -- Professor Ben Garrod, biologist, conservationist and author