Enter a world of friendship, family, hope and a touch of mystery


Welcome to my page. I'm a children's author and general book lover. I hope you enjoy looking around.

  • About →

    I’ve loved reading for as long as I can remember. When I was little, I felt very lucky that my dad was a bookseller.

  • Latest Post →

    Read my latest blog post, "Kickstarting the summer reading challenge 2023!"

  • Contact →

    I love visiting schools. If you would like to invite me to yours, please send me your details via my contact form.


  • ‘Ewa Jozefkowicz tackles big themes with sincerity and a keen insight into the pre-teen mindset.’

    Financial Times
  • ‘A heartwarming story about families, friendships, school, nature, hope and self-confidence.’

    The Huffington Post about 'The Mystery of The Colour Thief'
  • 'Second-time author Ewa Jozefkowicz packs not one but two stories within a story'

    The Observer about 'Girl 38' (Books of The Month)

School Visits

  • ‘Ewa's visit to our Year 7s was a lovely, warm, inspiring event packed full of brilliant anecdotes and helpful writing tips. Our year 7s loved meeting her and were keen to read more of her books as a result. Her books are now firm favourites even among some of our less keen readers.‘

    Kate Ereira, Learning Resource Centre Manager, Highgate Wood School
  • ‘We just wanted to thank you for visiting our school and your wonderful enthusiastic presentation yesterday. The children were enthralled by your story and enjoyed discussing setting descriptions as well as the context to your books. Seeing the children’s faces light up when getting their books signed has definitely been a highlight of my year so far!‘

    Jason Dass, Year 6 Teacher, Thomas Jones School
  • ‘As massive fans of her fabulous books, we were absolutely delighted to welcome Ewa on World Book Day. Ewa spent the morning talking about her experiences as a writer and led a number of writing workshops that delighted, inspired and stimulated both pupils and staff in equal measure. A truly wonderful visit from a truly wonderful and talented author.‘

    Kevin Cobane, English Teacher, University of Birmingham School