Archive for the 'Caroline Clough' Category

Meet the Kelpies authors shortlisted for the Scottish Children’s Book Awards

Friday, October 11th, 2013

We’ve posted before about the wonderful all-Kelpie shortlist for the Scottish Children’s Book Awards 2013, and now we’re very excited to be able to show you these great videos, made by the guys over at Scottish Book Trust, featuring each of the three shortlisted books! First up is Caroline Clough, who has been shortlisted for […]

Caroline Clough — Author Interview — Black Tide

Thursday, July 12th, 2012

In case you missed it, here’s the author interview with Caroline Clough, author of the thrilling post-apocalyptic Black Tide and Red Fever. Q: What inspired you to write Black Tide? Caroline Clough [CC]: When I came to the end of writing Red Fever I was really sorry to say goodbye to Toby and his family. […]

Another Red Fever Review

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

Another wonderful review for our latest Kelpies Prize winner – Red Fever – from a real young reader! ‘I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I love how the author has made lots of problems for the characters to solve, instead of just one. This book is about Toby who is trying to find a cure for […]

Red Fever Review

Friday, March 4th, 2011

Caroline Clough, author of Red Fever, recently received this review of her book which I thought was so brilliant that I just had to blog about it. The best thing is that it is written by a real reader! ‘Hello, I am Greig Torpey and recently read your new book Red Fever. It is a […]

Caroline Clough Author Interview

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

Just in case you missed the author interview with Caroline Clough about her first book Red Fever, which won the Kelpies Prize in August last year, here it is again. Q. How did you feel when Red Fever won the Kelpies Prize 2010? Caroline Clough [CC]: I felt amazing! It is a wonderful feeling for […]