It is a dark and stormy night… …Nanny Sue is trying to get rid of Stephanie, Ewen and Baby Thomas so she can settle down to watch Star-Maker, her favourite TV programme. Nanny Sue’s got ambitions to be a pop star, more fool her. Then comes a banging on the door. It’s loud enough to wake…
Catherine (Cathy) MacPhail’s first novel for young people – Run, Zan, Run – won the Kathleen Fiddler Award. Since then she’s written over 20 titles, mostly for late primary and early-mid secondary level, many winning awards. A film adaptation of Another Me was released recently.
Granny Nothing is for a slightly younger audience and beautifully showcases her renowned ability to combine social commentary with humour.
Cathy lives in Greenock, Scotland and presents extensively in schools and at festivals.