Myriam Dahman & Nicolas Digard
Myriam Dahman is a Moroccan-Belgian author with two hats: she works as an expert on climate change and is also an author in children's literature. She has published several books in France, including the picture book La Magicienne (illustrated by Clément Lefèvre), and the documentary on climate change 10 idées reçues sur le climat (illustrated by Maurèen Poignonec), and in the UK (The Wolf's Secret and Leina and the Lord of the Toadstools, Orchard Books). Her books have been translated in China, France, South Korea, Spain, Italy, Lithuania, Romania, and Russia. She lives in Paris.
Nicolas Digard was born in Paris. He started writing in 2006 as a screenwriter for animated television series. He has written more than 60 episodes for various series including Angelo Rules, Super 4 and Gawayn. At the same time, he has also pursued a career as a writer and novelist. He is notably the author of the novels Les Loups de Sherwood and Frigiel & Fluffy, and the picture books Gros Bec (illustrated by Thomas Baas) and Le Garçon de Papier (illustrated by Kerascoët).
Together they are the authors of The Wolf Secret's and Leina and the Lord of the Toadstools (illustrated by Júlia Sardà, published by Orchard/Hachette Children's Book Group)