Thursday, 14 September 2017

WIN His Royal Tinyness - plus Sally Lloyd-Jones and David Roberts Q&A

Once upon a time there was a happy family. Until one horrible no good day when a new ruler was born…

New York Times bestselling author Sally Lloyd-Jones’ hilarious narrative voice is brought exquisitely to life by David Roberts, illustrator of Ada Twist, Scientist, in this home-grown fairy tale about a little girl with a new baby brother. 

Marianna, the most beautiful, ever so kindest princess, lives happily with her mum, dad and gerbil. Happy, that is, until the new baby comes along. His Royal Highness King Baby is so smelly. He’s so noisy. And all the talk in the Land is about him – non-stop, All the time! Has there ever been such a time of wicked rule?!

Author & Illustrator Q&A

We were very excited to welcome Sally and David to Walker HQ to answer some questions on His Royal Tinyness, watch the video below.

WIN His Royal Tinyness

To celebrate the launch of His Royal Tinyness we’ve got TEN COPIES of the book with exclusive limited edition prints to give away! To enter just answer this question:
In His Royal Tinyness what is the name of the little girl?

a)       Sally
b)       Tilly
c)       Marianna

To enter, just email with 'His Royal Tinyness' in the subject line,
before 15th October 2017. Terms and conditions apply.

Pick up a copy of His Royal Tinyness at your local bookshop!

Sally Lloyd-Jones is the author of Skip to the Loo, My Darling!, illustrated by Anita Jeram, Handbag Friends, illustrated by Sue Heap, and Time to Say Goodnight as well as How To Be a Baby, by Me, the Big Sister which was in the New York Times bestseller list, and its sequel How to Get Married. Sally lives in New York City. Find her online at and on Twitter as @sallylloydjones.

David Roberts is the author-illustrator of the Dirty Bertie books and the illustrator of many books for children, including the bestselling Eddie Dickens trilogy, written by Philip Ardagh, the Kate Greenaway-shortlisted The Dunderheads, written by Paul Fleischman, and the picture book The Dumpster Diver, written by Janet S. Wong. Born in Liverpool, he now lives in London. Find him online at