An author called Miss Watson came into year two, three, four to talk about a book she wrote called ‘Alphabet Adventure In Trinidad And Tobago’. She read the first four pages to the children, then she got some of the children to pick letters out of the bag then read those pages. The book is about two British brothers who went to Trinidad and Tobago to learn about their mother’s culture.
Miss Watson asked the children lots of questions about the pages they read and the children had trouble with some but still tried really hard.
We really enjoyed the book because it describes the experiences of a different culture in the Caribbean. The book is engaging to listen to because it rhymes. The children enjoyed the experience and were given a book mark as a treat.
by Thomas and Saoirse
What inspired you to be an author?
He noticed that people spent too much time on technology and he didn’t spend enough time with his family, so he based The Loneliest Robot on that, and that’s what inspired him to become an author.
What is your book about?
My book is about a boy who spends too much time on technology therefore he acts like a robot. He meets a robot called Uma and they become friends.
What was your job before you became an author?
I was an international business manager but I left my job to spend more time with my family which led me to become an author.
When did you start writing?
I started writing two years ago and published my first book in 2017.
How does it feel to have a book published?
‘It’s a lovely feeling to receive a delivery with your name on the front cover on the book.’
Who is your favourite character in the book?
My favourite character is Felia Rose because she relates to my daughter and also Mr Give – Me – More.
Were you good at English at school?
I think I was very imaginative and creative but I don’t think I was good at grammar and punctuation.
Do you write straight onto a computer or onto paper?
I love technology so I type straight onto the computer
The title for his book did not come to him until he was halfway through writing it
His favourite author is Roald Dahl
His target is to write around 1 ½ thousand words a day
His favourite book is Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
His new book, The Loneliest Robot, has 200 reviews
Sold 5,000 copies
He has nearly finished his second book
When you click buy this book now on Amazon, it takes 2.6 seconds to print a book
written by Phoebe and Maya, photography by Aaron