Ollie and the Otter: A Scottish Osprey Story

By Emily Dodd, Kirsteen Harris-Jones (Illus)

Synopsis

Ollie the osprey loves catching fish but he's useless at throwing them! And if he can't throw a fish to Isla, she'll never become his friend. Can Rory the otter help? A fun book about the loveable birds and animals of the Scottish Highlands.

Year of Publication

Author Biography

Emily Dodd is passionate about science, wildlife and storytelling. She is a screenwriter for CBeebies science programme Nina and the Neurons and has written and presented science shows for the Edinburgh International Science Festival, the Scottish Seabird Centre, Edinburgh University, National Museums Scotland and Our Dynamic Earth. Emily was the 2012/2013 Scottish Book Trust Reader in Residence at Leith Library, Edinburgh. Among other fiction and non-fiction books for children, she is the author of Can't Dance Cameron and The Grouse and the Mouse, also in the Picture Kelpies range.

Kirsteen Harris-Jones completed a BA in children's illustration for publishing, and has worked in advertising, graphic design and animation. She's now a freelance artist living in Shropshire with her husband and three children. She is also the illustrator of Picture Kelpies The Grouse and the Mouse and No Such Thing As Nessie!