Anita Lehmann is an award-winning author and historian who has travelled the world chasing stories, catching them, and pinning them down on paper. She now lives in Cambridge with her family and a snow-white rabbit. Her debut picture book, The Red Hot Fireball was published in 2017 by ├ęditions utopie (Lausanne, Switzerland), with two further picture book titles forthcoming in 2019. Under the pseudonym of Walburga Appleseed, she also writes for grown-ups.
http://www.anita-lehmann.com (children's fiction and non-fiction)
http://www.walburgaappleseed.com (flash fiction and poetry for adults

Sarah Rimmington is a professional translator of German and French with specialisms including education, philosophy for children, academic translation and literary translation. She studied German and French at the University of Cambridge, and has an extensive career background in education, having taught the Theory of Knowledge and English as a Second Language as well as German and French. She is currently working on translations of a range of pedagogical and literary texts, and her translation into German of the Playground of Ideas was published by Cambridge Thinking Press in October 2018.
Website: www.germanfrenchtranslation.solutions
Email: info@germanfrenchtranslation.solutions

Laura Kerslake is a qualified primary school teacher who is carrying out research into Philosophy with Children at the University of Cambridge, UK. She works closely with schools to help children learn to think, talk and collaborate together, and develops engaging, high-quality resources for teachers and students. She writes about teaching thinking, dialogic education and language learning, and recent publications include Theory of Teaching Thinking: International Perspectives (Routledge, 2018). She is the author of the Playground of Ideas, a teachers' guide to teaching thinking and discussion skills, which was published by Cambridge Thinking Press in October 2018.

Website: www.playgroundofideas.co.uk
Email: lsk30@cam.ac.uk