Pauline Fisk

Pauline Fisk wrote stories from a very young age, and her first book Midnight Blue won the Smarties Award and was shortlisted for the Whitbread Award.

Pauline lived in Shrewsbury, England with her architect husband and five children, in a medievel house that was once the city gaol. She travelled to the rainforests of Belize, Central America, to research her new novel about a London boy who travels to Belize and inadvertently winds up in the jungle with a bunch of “do good” gap year students.