Patricia Cleveland-Peck
Patricia Cleveland-Peck

Patricia started writing at the age of ten. Her first works were plays in which she forced her friends to act. After living in France and Ireland for a while she eventually married and had three children. When her two sons and daughter were little, Patricia published fourteen books for children including The String Family. When her children grew up, she began to write adult books and plays and travel journalism. And this she still does, but with a young granddaughter now, she has returned to the magical world of children's stories.

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PATRICIA CLEVELAND-PECK

Patricia Cleveland-Peck

The Story of Tutankhamun

You Can't Take an Elephant on the Bus

Freckle & Clyde

The String Family in Summer

The Queen's Spaghetti

The String Family Move House

Patricia started writing at the age of ten. Her first works were plays in which she forced her friends to act. After living in France and Ireland for a while she eventually married and had three children. When her two sons and daughter were little, Patricia published fourteen books for children including The String Family. When her children grew up, she began to write adult books and plays and travel journalism. And this she still does, but with a young granddaughter now, she has returned to the magical world of children's stories.