There's something for everybody in Woeful Wales at War, from the grandparents and great-grandparents who experienced the horrors of war first-hand, to the thousands of schoolchildren who enjoy finding out about this very important (and world-changing) part of our history. -- Welsh Books Council
Catrin Stevens is a prolific author, having written many books for both adults and children. She is also a recognised authority on Welsh history, traits and traditions, having worked at St Fagans National History Museum, and also as a History Lecturer in Trinity College, Carmarthen. She lives in Loughor, near Swansea with her husband and two children.