Jayne Lyons

Children’s Author


Jayne Lyons is married and a full time working mother, with one daughter. She was born and raised in the UK. She has been living in Perth since January 2005 and is a dual Uk and Australian citizen. Jayne works for a major Australian corporation offsetting carbon emissions. She has also worked in the developing world and seen first hand the challenges faced by children there. She is passionate about children being given the opportuity to achieve their dreams.  Jayne loves talking about books and writing to students and adults of all ages and is available as a speaker.


Jayne’s debut novel for children, 100% Wolf, was adapted as an animated Feature for Cinema. Because of COVID-19 it is available for home viewing in Australia and screenings around the world have been disrupted, though it was screened in Canada and Russia in May 2021.  The first TV series, 100% Wolf: The Legend of the Moonstone can be viewed on ABC ME in Australia and was broadcast in other countries in the second half of 2021. Vietnam, where the movie was a big success, was one of the first places outside Australia to see the TV Series. There are plans for a second movie and a second TV series.

Freddy Lupin, from a noble family of werewolves, is the star of 100% Wolf. Unfortunately, his first Transwolfation is a disaster when Freddy turns into a yapping poodle instead of a ferocious werewolf.

Now his snooty Uncle Hotspur will hate him even more. Just when Freddy thinks life can't get any worse, he's thrown into dog prison. Will he and his new streetwise dog friend, Batty, escape? Who is the sinister man following their every move? Can Freddy prove that he is still 100 percent wolf and save the werwolf pack from disaster?


This is a fun story for 8 to 12 year olds that will have boys and girls laughing out loud and keen to read the sequel, 100% Hero. 100% Wolf has been published in the USA, Taiwan, Italy and Indonesia. 

Jayne is currently working on more stories for children as well as adult novels.

For more information about Jayne and her books, go to Jayne’s web site at www.jaynelyons.com.