Warning: Do not attempt to read this in public. You will snigger loudly.
When my teacher, Mr Fullerman, doesn't have his BEADY EYES on me, I like to draw pictures and write stories about stuff, like when we had the worst holiday ever (camping sucks), and when my parents came to school for parents' evening (groan).
And about how Marcus Meldrew is the most annoying boy in the world and how I don't want to sit next to him in class. All I want to do is get tickets to see the best band ever, DUDE3, when they come to town. It's not easy when I'm up against Delia, my weirdo big sister, and all my plans seem to get me into MAJOR TROUBLE... again.
About the Author
Liz Pichon is a British illustrator and children's writer currently lives in Brighton. She studied graphic design in the Camberwell School of Art in London. She has also worked as an art director in the musical label Jive Records. Afterwards, she started working as a freelance illustrator and writer of children's books.
After deciding to go freelance, Pichon's work was used on many different products all over the world. From beach towels to fabric, calendars, mugs and games. She has now written and illustrated her own stories with a series of books featuring schoolboy Tom Gates that have gained attention and respect from young readers today. Pichon is the author of several novels, including the Tom Gates books and My Big Brother Boris.