Owen Sheers is a poet, author and playwright. His 2007 oratorio for children about climate change, The Water Diviner’s Tale, was performed at the BBC Proms and is now an ongoing education project with Opera North. His other work for children includes adapting Michael Morpurgo’s Mimi and the Mountain Dragon and Jenny Nimo’s The Snow Spider for TV. Owen is professor in Creativity at Swansea University and a co-founder of Black Mountains College, a new college focused on sustainable futures. He is a patron of STAMMA and the Children’s Book Show and lives in the Black Mountains of Wales with his two daughters.
'Drew, Moo and Bunny, Too' by Owen Sheers. Illustrated by Helen Stephens
A beautiful, lyrical story of a little boy and his two best friends, told in enchanting verse by renowned poet Owen Sheers and magnificently illustrated by award-winning artist Helen Stephens.
Poet Owen Sheers and award-winning illustrator Helen Stephens have beautifully imagined the story of a little boy named Drew who sets off on an adventure with his best friends, Bunny and Moo. As the three fly around the world on a magic rug, powered by the friendship they share, they run into pirates and trouble on the dark sea. Can the three best friends find what they need to return home?