Meg Rosoff grew up in a suburb of Boston and moved to London in 1989. She spent fifteen years working in advertising before writing her first novel, How I Live Now, which has sold over one million copies in thirty-six territories. It won the Guardian Children’s Prize and the Printz Award in the US and was made into a film. Her subsequent six novels have been awarded or shortlisted for, among others, the Carnegie Medal and the National Book Award. Meg’s latest book for adults is Jonathan Unleashed. Her Middle Grade series about rescue dog McTavish, who rescues a chaotic family, is out now. Meg lives in London with her husband and two dogs.