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  • 5 stars across 21 books
    Alan Snow was born in Kent. After studying fashion at Salisbury College of Art, he worked in various trades, including tree surgery, sound engineering, animation, papermaking and mixing flavours into yoghurt. He is the author of The Truth About Cats and How Dogs Really Work.
    12th November 2020

    The Three Wishes: A Christmas Story

    Alan Snow is an award-winning children's book illustrator and designer who has worked on more than 160 books. His nove... More

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    7th November 2013

    How Pirates Really Work

    A rollicking exploration of all things piratical from the brilliant mind of acclaimed author/illustrator Alan Snow. A ja... More

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    28th March 2013

    How Dinosaurs Really Work

    Have you ever wondered what colour dinosaurs really were, what they had for breakfast or even whether you could beat one... More

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    28th May 2009

    How Dogs Really Work

    New cover reissue of the hilarious dog owner's manual! What does a dog's body language mean? Why do dog... More

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    17th April 2003

    Gross Anatomy

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    1st April 2002

    Speedway

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    16th April 2014

    Worse Things Happen at Sea!

    The people of Ratbridge are going crazy for the amazing miracle medicine, Black Jollop. But disaster strikes when it loo... More

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    4th September 2014

    Here Be Monsters!

    Meet the Boxtrolls! The book that inspired the film! There's an emergency in Ratbridge! Only orphan Arthur and his ne... More

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    1st May 2008

    Here Be Monsters Part 2: Man In The Iron Socks

    Arthur and his rat and pirate friends are on a mission - to save the kidnapped underlings and to thwart Snatcher's evil ... More

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    1st May 2008

    Here be Monsters

    There is trouble in Ratbridge - both above ground in the town and underground, where the boxtrolls and cabbageheads live... More

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