Dougal Dixon studied geology and paleogeography at the University of St Andrews. He is an award-winning author specialising in the earth sciences and evolution with many children's books and encyclopaedias to his name. He has acquired a reputation for putting over concepts in a totally novel way. Along these lines his most notable books are After Man: A Zoology of the Future in which he explained the workings of evolution by postulating the types of animals that may evolve in times to come, and The New Dinosaurs, in which he described the zoogeography of the world by describing what life might be like today had the dinosaurs not become extinct.
Daniele Fabbri is an award winning illustrator who lives and works between Ravenna and Reggio Emilia, in Italy. He has lived all across the world including in America, England, France and Germany, where he has worked in advertising, publishing, children’s books, magazines and animation.
Harriet Stone is a London-based author and editor with a passion for creating fun and inspiring titles for children. She studied linguistics at Lancaster University before pursuing a pursuing a career in the publishing industry further south. In her spare time she enjoys playing cricket and making halloumi in her bathtub.