Anna McKann


CHAVOS, Anna’s first 2 novels have been gaining fantastic reviews and are selling well.
Born in Yorkshire, Anna has worked with young children since 1988, trading under the name of Rainbow Childcare Yorkshire Ltd.

In 2002, Anna’s life took an amazing turn as she discovered the plight of the street children in Latin America. Feeling compelled to write about it, she wrote a short story for her nursery children about a street child called Dolita.

Anna felt led to visit Mexico City in 2003 and experience first-hand, life on the streets. What she discovered there, gave her the inspiration for writing and ultimately, the short story developed into a novel – CHAVOS, The Kids of Distrito Federal.

“The first of several,” says Anna.

Anna is eager to inspire others through her charity work and regularly visits schools to speak to children about a variety of issues including abandonment, street life, drugs usage and the importance of friendship.

Anna has the determination to succeed in the world of publishing and if you check out her website at
I’m sure you will agree, here is a woman who can achieve anything she sets her mind to.