Kerrine Bryan wins Bronze Wishing Shelf Award

By Charlotte Comley

I'm pleased to share some exciting news with SCBWI members.

Kerrine Bryan's Children's picture Book  "My Mummy is an Engineer",  won a Bronze Wishing Shelf Award for self-published Authors/Books.

Kerrine Bryan and her brother co-authored the picture book and set up a company,  Butterfly Books, to self-publish picture books aimed at raising awareness of careers to children from a young age. The books aim to reduce the problem of the national skills gaps as well as reduce gender bias in various professions.
The link to the awards page can be found here:

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