Dugald Steer

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Dugald Steer
Born 1965 (age 51–52)
South London
Occupation Writer
Nationality English
Period 1995-present
Genre Children's literature

Dugald A. Steer B.A. (Brist), S.A.S.D. (born 1965) is an English children's writer.


Early life and education[edit]

Dugald Steer was born in 1965 and grew up in Surrey. He completed a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in English literature and philosophy at Bristol University, then completed a TEFL course and lived in Spain for five years.


After returning to the United Kingdom, Steer got a job with Templar Publishing, working his way up to become an editor. At Templar, he wrote and edited many books, including the first few Ologies. He has since gone freelance in order to pursue writing for children full-time.[1]

Published works[edit]

Steer has authored over 100 books, beginning with Big Bear and the Missing Mouse (1995). Other notable works of his include Mythical Mazes, Scary Fairies, An Accidental Christmas, Just One More Story, The Night Tiger, Dragonology, The Dragon's Eye, The Dragon Diary, The Dragon's Apprentice and The Dragon Prophecy.