Baby Badger’s Chinese Night

My lovely editor at Gullane sent me the Chinese copy of Baby Badger’s Wonderful Night the other week, which was exciting to see.  It’s amazing thinking of children in China reading my book.  Several people have asked me, ‘Do they have badgers in China?’ and the answer is yes!  You can read more about them on the badger Wiki page here. Apparently they’re a bit of a crop nuisance in Northern China but um, we’ll just brush over that. And perhaps also the bit where it says badgers are <whispers> eaten.

There are also a couple of bonus pages at the back connected to the book somehow, which I didn’t write. Due to having absolutely no understanding of the Chinese language I have absolutely no idea what they are, or what they’re saying…

Published by Karen Saunders

I'm a writer for children and teenagers. I'm the author of the Me, Suzy P series, and just like Suzy, I'm a walking disaster area. I also suffer from embarrassment-itis. Ask me about the time I got my nose broken in a tickling fight, or ended up in plaster after opening a window or fell in a huge hole or walked into a lamp-post. There are loads more, as well... I'm also the author of the picture book Baby Badger's Wonderful Night. I have little in common with badgers.

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