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Hello! I'm Tamsin Mori, author of The Weather Weaver. Thanks for popping by!

Are you a day-dreamer, a sky-gazer, a wild-world adventurer?

Do you have your head in the clouds?

Then you're in the right place.

Let me take you on magical adventures around Shetland and beyond - we'll spot puffins, sing to selkies, and track down myths and legends. Perhaps we'll even conjure some weather together. Keep your eyes on the sky!

The second book in the Weather Weaver series, A GATHERING STORM, is OUT NOW! 

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The Weather Weaver won the Dudley Children's Book Award 2021

I'm over the moon that readers in primary and secondary schools across the Dudley Borough voted The Weather Weaver their favourite book, from a shortlist of amazing books. Thank you! 

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DCBA award ceremony with authors Gemma Fowler, Anthony Kessler, Tamsin Mori and C.L.Taylor
DCBA award 2021 shortlist - When The Sky Falls, The Five Clues, The Weather Weaver, The Island, The Small Things, City of Rust, The Boy Who Made Everyone Laugh, Sisters of the Lost Marsh
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 The Weather Weaver was also shortlisted for the North Somerset Teachers' Book Award in the Quality Fiction category.

 

This adorable bundle of fluff is Dot - doing a very good job of announcing the NSTBA shortlist! 

The award celebrates and promotes reading for pleasure (one of the best reasons to read!). 

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The Weather Weaver

What if you could befriend a cloud?
What weather would you choose?
What if the weather matched itself to your mood, whether you wanted it to, or not?

Stella has exciting plans for the summer - she'll be spending the holiday in Shetland with her Grandpa, while her parents are away working. But without Gran, Shetland isn't the same as she remembers - Grandpa is gruff and grumpy and the island feels bleak and lonely. The summer holidays look set to be the worst ever, until Stella encounters a strange old woman, who asks her to catch a cloud...

Author Reviews

"A charmingly tender story of family with a whiplash of thunder'

Jasbinder Bilan

Costa-award-winning author of

Asha and The Spirit Bird

"Crackling with the best kind of storm magic, and

rich with invention"

Amy Wilson

A Girl Called Owl

"A storm-swept adventure

brimming with

wild Shetland magic."

Alex English

Sky Pirates