A Song For Will and The Lost Gardeners Of Heligan has been shortlisted for the Historical Association’s Young Quills Award 2018! You can find it in the 7-9 years olds section. And there are also some Young Quills reviews.
Peace Lily, the fourth and final book in the World War 1 series for children, honours the contribution and dedication of women to the war effort. Written in rhyme and beautifully illustrated by Martin Impey it tells how, after a long and painful battle, peace is found not only within borders but in hearts too.
You can buy the book here.
The National Literacy Trust has published a list celebrating the most popular books chosen every year of the last two decades by children who have taken part in the Young Readers Programme. 'Mixed Up Fairy Tales' was voted as the top book of 2004 by 384.000 children.
Hilary has written a wide range of children's books for many publishers including Hodder Children's Books, Franklin Watts, Scholastic, Little Tiger Press, Wayland, BBC Worldwide, Evans Brothers and Readzone.
She writes books that are fun, help reading and are loved by children throughout the world
BBC Look North (Yorkshire)
Hilary was interviewed about The Copper Tree on Look North, the BBC regional news programme for Yorkshire.
Mixed Up series
Fantastic split page books to mix and match different combinations of fairy tales, magic spells or nursery rhymes to hilarious results.
International rights for the The Princess's Secret Letter and The Princess's Secret Sleepover (by the team that created 'The Copper Tree', Hilary Robinson and Mandy Stanley) have now been sold to France, the USA , Greece, Spain, Portugal, Australia, Wales, Indonesia and Brasil.