Big Kids Book Club Bumper Edition: Episodes 93 & 94 – Lesley Parr & Dan Smith

Today’s edition of the Big Kids Book Club Podcast gives you not 1, but 2 episodes for you to sink your teeth into.

Our two very special guests are Lesley Parr and Dan Smith.

Hey hey hey!

Welcome back to this week’s Author Interview.

In this episode, Lesley Parr, author of The Valley of Lost Secrets and When the War Came Home, joins us on the show!

Lesley and I talked about turning university projects into books, unsuspectedly becoming a historical fiction author, and writing to connect to home.

Lesley was a great guest to have on the show and we are very grateful she was able to join us on the show.

Enjoy!

***COMPETITION***

If you want to be in with a chance of winning a copy of When the War Came Home leave a comment on this post using the hashtag #NattyComp and come up with a catchy protest slogan to fight for “FREE SCHOOL MEALS”

(UK residents only)

The competition closes midnight on 4th February.


Hey hey hey!

Welcome back to this week’s Author Interview.

In this episode, Dan Smith, author of the several books for children, including the Crooked Oak series and new Nisha’s War, joins us on the show!

Dan and I talked about his journey to 

Dan was a great guest to have on the show and we are very grateful he was able to join us on the show.

Enjoy!

***COMPETITION***

If you want to be in with a chance of winning a copy of Nisha’s War then leave a comment on this post using the hashtag #NishaComp and come up with an inspiring family motto.

(UK residents only)

The competition closes midnight on 4th February.

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