Interviews

History-for-kids are very interested in the opinions and ideas of children's writers, historians, poets, etc. In the interviews below you will find the thoughts of some of the most interesting people around connected with history and children's books.

We contacted some of our favourite experts to ask them some questions, and they kindly agreed to speak to us. You can see what they had to say by clicking on the links below:




Terry Deary
Author of the "Horrible Histories" books and TV show.

Neil Gaiman
Legendary comic book writer, novellist, and children's writer.

Julia Donaldson
Children's writer - books include The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom, The Snail and the Whale.

Giles Andreae
Children's writer - books include Rumble in the Jungle, and Commotion in the Ocean.

Peggy Clatworthy
Of the excellent Tewkesbury Medieval Festival.

Historytweeter
Top history blogger and Tweeter

Robert Lacey
Historian, author of "Great Tales from English History"

Dave Musgrove
Editor of BBC History Magazine, author of "100 Places That Made Britain".

The Newcastle Christmas Tree Festival
This year, history-for-kids.com has sponsored a tree at the Festival of Decorated Christmas Trees in Newcastle-upon-Tyne (England). Find out more about it here, where we interview one of the organizers.


Please check back later for more interviews.





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