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Konnie Huq

The author and TV presenter shares what inspires her writing, what happiness means to her and why focusing on children’s mindsets is the key to a better future

Thinking like a young person comes easily to me; the way kids’ minds work and how their thoughts go off on tangents is exactly like me! I used to make up stories for my young cousins about a character called Cookie who was science-mad, and I love drawing. I wanted to write my book as a train of conscious thought but realised it would be chaotic, so I decided to use my doodles to bring out the humour. There’s a lot for readers to look at; the main narrative, then funny drawings to hopefully hold their interest. I’ve also added an appendix, so they can get more information, such as science experiments and explanations.

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