Author

Lleucu Roberts

Welsh-language children's author

1964   -  

country of citizenship: United Kingdom, Wales
language of expression: Welsh
educated at: Ysgol Gyfun Gymunedol Penweddig, Aberystwyth University
occupation: children's writer, writer

Lleucu Roberts (born 27 September 1964) is a Welsh author. Born in Aberystwyth, she grew up in Ceredigion's Bow Street, taking courses at Rhydypennau Primary School, Penweddig Comprehensive School, and Aberystwyth University. In 2011 she won a Tir na n-Og Award for her novel Stuff Guto S Thomas. She went on to win the Daniel Owen Memorial Prize and the Prose Medal at the Carmarthenshire National Eisteddfod 2014, becoming the first person to win the two main prose prizes in the same year. Roberts also writes radio and television scripts.Her works include Songs of Peace (1991), Turning a Deaf Ear (2005), Dear Little Spot (2008), The Girl on the Road (2009), Stuff- Guto S. Tomos (2010), Well, Little Wales! (2011) and Some Kind of Insult (2012). She currently lives in Rhostryfan, Gwynedd, with her husband and two daughters and sons.
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works

15

Annwyl Smotyn Bach

book by Lleucu Roberts

author: Lleucu Roberts

2008

Stwff - Guto S. Tomos

book by Lleucu Roberts

author: Lleucu Roberts

2010

Pedwar

book by Lleucu Roberts

author: Lleucu Roberts

2013

Wel, Gymru Fach

book by Lleucu Roberts

author: Lleucu Roberts

2011

Siarad

book by Lleucu Roberts

author: Lleucu Roberts

2011

Caneuon Heddwch

book by Lleucu Roberts

author: Lleucu Roberts

1991

Iesu Tirion

book by Lleucu Roberts

author: Lleucu Roberts

2005

Rhyw Fath o Ynfytyn

book by Lleucu Roberts

author: Lleucu Roberts

2012

Teulu

Welsh book

author: Lleucu Roberts

2012

Troi Clust Fyddar

book by Lleucu Roberts

author: Lleucu Roberts

2005

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