Andy Sagar previously worked as a teaching assistant in a primary school and has just finished studying for a Master's degree in Law at the University of Cambridge, where he spent lectures daydreaming about stories of witches and dragons and cake. He's now pursuing a PHD on the role of law in the witch-hunts, which has helped inspire his fiction. He grew up in Yorkshire surrounded by green fields and cows, and now lives in London with his boyfriend, where there are fewer cows but more bookshops.
A scrumptious world with dollops of charm. -- Michael Mann, author of Ghostcloud Yesterday Crumb and the Storm in a Teacup is endlessly enchanting. The world building is so fresh and inventive, the characters so charming and individual (I especially loved Pascal the teapot-turtle and Pepperprew the dragon librarian) that I can't wait for my next visit to Dwimmerly End! -- Annabel Steadman, author of Skandar and the Unicorn Thief Yesterday Crumb and the Storm in a Teacup is packed with magic and imagination from the first page to last. Andy has found the perfect recipe for a fantastic, adventurous and heart-warming story. I loved it and I know it will be every young reader's cup of tea. -- Shane Hegarty, author of Boot I absolutely loved Yesterday Crumb and the Storm in a Teacup, a fantastic adventure brimming with whimsy, magic and tea (obvs). Andy Sagar has poured his imagination into every single page, while championing chosen family and celebrating our differences. I was grinning from ear to ear by the end and cannot wait for my next trip to Dwimmerly End. -- Richard Pickard, author of The Peculiar Tale of the Tentacle Boy