Isabel Thomas is a science writer and the author of a galaxy of books for young audiences. They include Moth: An Evolution Story, illustrated by Daniel Egnéus, which won the AAAS/Subaru Prize for Excellence in Science Books. She also writes for science magazines including The Week Junior Science + Nature and creates STEM outreach resources for organisations such as the Wellcome Sanger Institute and the BBC. Isabel studied Human Sciences at the University of Oxford and Education Research at the University of Cambridge.
Aaron Cushley is a talented illustrator from Belfast. Aaron’s work is inspired by his inner child and the world around him, and he loves exploring the innocence and creativity that emerges when he takes a pencil in his hand. He was shortlisted for the Information Book Award 2021 for How Many Mice Make an Elephant?, written by Tracey Turner, published by Pan MacMillan and for the North Somerset Teachers' Book Awards 2020 for Poems for a Green Blue Planet written by Sabrina Mahfouz, published by Hodder.