Jayne Lyons is an internationally published children's author, who loves to write irreverent page-turning comedy action. Her books 100% Wolf and 100% Hero (Penguin Random House) follow the tribulations and triumphs of Freddy Lupin the heir to a proud family line of werewolves. Desperate to become a werewolf himself, Freddy is in for a shock when on his birthday his first transwolfation goes awry, turning him into a ferocious... pink poodle. 2020 will see the release of an animated family feature film 100% Wolf adapted from the book, by Flying Bark productions. A spin-off series will also be released in co-production with Australian broadcaster; ABC and Germany's number one channel for family entertainment SUPER RTL. In 2019, Jayne's latest book Z for Zanto will be published as a not for profit endeavour in conjunction with the charity Save the Children (Vivid Publishing). It tells the story of a zombie kid who just wants to play football. The fast-paced action follows Zanto's fight to live his dream, while working as a powerful allegory for the plight of child refugees. Jayne also writes for adults under the name J.F. Lyons. Born and raised in Liverpool, UK, Jayne combines the love of nineteenth-century literature with being a sport tragic - especially football. Jayne has travelled the world with her day job as a geologist and has seen the challenges facing underprivileged children in the developing world first hand. She moved to Australia in 2005 and now works in combating climate change by offsetting carbon emissions.