‘A ridiculously appealing story. . .wacky, original, fantastic and funny, it’s so good you’ll have to read it for yourself!’ The School Librarian magazine
Ho there good citizen! We are Greg and Myles McLeod, known as The Brothers McLeod for two reasons. The first reason is that we share a surname. The second reason is that we are brothers. We come up with silly stories together, then Greg draws the pictures and Myles writes the words. We have won things like a BAFTA and made cartoons for people like Disney, the Royal Shakespeare Company and the BBC.
As seen at the Hay Festival, Wee Write in Glasgow and the Stratford upon Avon Literary Festival.
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A ... huge thank you for coming to the Oxford Literary Festival last week and for the brilliant event. It was so much fun, and a terrific celebration of creativity. I know the grown-ups enjoyed it almost as much as the younger members of the audience, and they had an absolute ball!
FT Weekend Oxford Literary Festival
Children’s Programme Director
THANK YOU SO MUCH for your AMAZING visit! The children and staff LOVED it and were so excited to see you and hear everything you had to say. We all really appreciate the time you gave, the different elements of the session and the brilliant resources you've shared. There is a real buzz around the classrooms and corridors and much excitement!
Ms A Hallmark
Thank you for today... The children were buzzing all day and have gone home inspired and ready to create their 6 panel stories! You are both ace and we thoroughly enjoyed every minute. Thank you for taking the time out of both of your days.
Ms R Stone
Cop Lane C of E Primary School
The kids loved your session and are all desperate to buy the book now!
Thank you ... so much for the virtual visit today. The children really enjoyed it and spent the afternoon devising exciting stories for their own heroes.
Mr J Cooke & Ms C Davis
Cumnor Primary school