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Alison Prince

  • 4 stars across 22 books
    Alison Prince was born in Kent and grew up in South London. She completed a degree course at the Slade School of Art then became a teacher. She tried her hand at journalism and farming before she became a television writer. She is the co-creator of the famous Trumpton series. She won the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize jointly with Philip Pullman and has also won the Scottish Arts Council's Children's Book of the Year award. She is a biographer and poet as well as a children's author. She lives in Scotland.
    2nd August 2010

    My Royal Story: Catherine of Aragon

    CATHERINE OF ARAGON is a thrilling story-diary set among the pomp, plots and political wrangling of the Tudor court. It ... More

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    1st March 2006

    Doodlebug Summer

    A story set during World War II. It is the summer of 1944. There have been no air raids for quite a while, and people ar... More

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    1st February 1999

    Cat Number Three

    Ernie loves music and he loves his cats, and he always counts his cats at dinner time. There's Bert and Whistle, one and... More

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    24th April 2014

    The Lost King: Richard III and the Princes in the Tower

    Edward IV has died, leaving his 12-year-old son as king. But England has been torn apart by the Wars of the Roses. Nobod... More

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    8th May 2006

    Spud

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    1st January 2010

    Outbreak

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    30th May 1970

    Help (!)

    HIV and AIDS - your questions answered AIDS is a frightening disease, but there are things that we can all do to stop i... More

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    7th March 2011

    Henry VIII's Wives

    The court of King Henry VIII is brought brilliantly to life in this My Story special. Spanning a period of 20 year... More

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    4th March 2002

    Boojer

    Boojer is sick of being stuck in a hutch with no company and an owner who hardly ever remembers to feed him. Encouraged ... More

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