Jo Lee Author

Hi! I am Jo. I am a Mum, Teacher, Wild Swimmer, Mountain Biker, Wild Camper, Adventurer, COO for the awesome This Mum Runs and have just written my first book!

I love helping people become more adventurous and hope that my series of books will do just that for young people. My first book in the series is called ‘Camp EPIC’. Have a look and see what you think…..

Follow Charlie, Noah, Jasmine, Lily, Ellie and Penny who are heading off on school camp in North Wales. They have no idea that it will turn into……CAMP EPIC.

Camp Epic – BUY a copy

You will receive a signed paperback copy of Camp EPIC posted to your paypal address in the UK (drop me a line if you would like it delivered elsewhere) Email me if you would like to add a personalised message or for postage outside of the UK.


Author visit to your school

If you would like an author visit to your school (which includes book reading and a workshop about becoming more adventurous) then drop me a line to

It was a pleasure to have Jo Lee visit. We loved reading Camp Epic and finding out about how the characters overcame their personal challenges. It inspired us to set our own adventurous goals and think about how we could achieve them one day. Jo also took time to answer the children’s questions and share her writing inspirations. We would love for you to visit again!”

A bit more about the Camp EPIC

Everybody’s brain is different and the same’ is the underlying theme of this book and helps readers explore how to be an adventurous, respectful, fun loving and supportive part of the human race. Camp EPIC is a beautifully illustrated adventure book designed to help young readers (aged 4 – 9) explore their adventurous side.

‘A blue sky was filled with a shining crimson sun. The day of camp arrived, the packing was done.
The kids were excited, but the teachers were scared. ‘I hope they all enjoy it’, the teachers declared.

The coach was rammed full with kids, ready to depart. Ellie was so excited, she did a big…….!
Charlie sat all alone at the front of the bus, less chance of being picked on, of causing a fuss.

Ellie and her friends sat on the seats at the rear, they shouted out a loud and excited CHEER!
“We’re off, we’re off, we’re heading for North Wales, the place for wild and adventurous tales.’

This book will form part of a series of 6 books (this is he first to be released), designed to support the learning of the ‘Personal, Social, Health and Economic’ content for KS1 (Reception, year 1 and year 2 at primary). For all you lovely parents out there, this basically means the ‘How to be a great and functioning human’ part of learning at school – the good bit!

The PSHE guidelines are an amazing tool, but sometimes hunting around for supporting literature can be hard (I know, I was a primary school teacher for a while).

That’s where the ‘EPIC’ books come in. In each book there is a series of useful questions that you can use to explore the concepts of being an amazing human, being safe in the world, having fun and being respectful and aware of others.

If you would like to chat or find out more then drop me an line on

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