PETER ALSOP lives with his wife and four young children in Wellington. He is passionate about the role of positive leadership to enhance families, organisations and communities - and in this specific case build oranga tamariki, child wellbeing. By day, Peter is a senior manager in the social sector and, by night, an author and designer. This is Peter's ninth book combining culture and heritage with art and design. It follows critically acclaimed books on New Zealand's tourism publicity and early advertising and, most recently, Peter's beautiful book, M?uri Ora: Wisdom from the M?ori World. NATHAN WALLIS is a father of three and foster parent, with a professional background in child counselling, teaching and social services. He is the founder of X Factor Education, a social enterprise that translates neuroscience into practical advice for everyday life improvement. This mission builds on Nathan's university lecturing on human development, and on wider work improving the interface of neuroscience with professional practice. Amongst his specialities, Nathan is an inspiring international speaker and a regular media commentator on child development and parenting. Perhaps most importantly, Nathan will pretty much do anything to promote child wellbeing.