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Angela Wilkes

  • 5 stars across 40 books
    Jim Bruce has written and edited over 100 books for children on a wide range of subjects. His knowledge of literacy levels combines with a lively writing style to create texts that are as easy to read as they are enjoyable. Claire Llewellyn is one of Britain's best non-fiction authors for young children. She has won many children's literary awards, and the Kingfisher titles Eureka Discoveries and Saints and Angels have both earned much critical praise. Stephen Savage worked in the Brighton Sealife Centre for 13 years as an aquarist and later as the Education Development Officer. He is currently studying and monitoring whales and dolphins around the UK. Stephen has published 26 titles about wildlife. Angela Wilkes, an award-winning writer and editor, is renowned for her lively, engaging books that children read over and over again. She excels in presenting information in an original and straightforward way.
    15th November 2015

    Treasure Island

    One of the best-loved adventure stories ever written, Treas ure Island's timeless tale of pirates, lost treasure maps, m... More

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    1st October 2010

    Robinson Crusoe

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    1st September 2017

    Adventures of King Arthur: *

    The dramatic reign of the legendary King Arthur is brought to life in this epic story of swords and sorcery. The grippi... More

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    15th May 2003

    Children's Step-by-Step Cookbook: A Complete Cookery Course for Children

    This children's cookbook is the perfect first cookery course for any aspiring young cook. The easy to follow step-by-ste... More

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    29th September 2006

    First Cookbook

    A fresh new edition of the hugely popular Usborne First Cookbook. Introduces beginner cooks to the basic techniques of c... More

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    31st August 2001

    Welsh for Beginners with CD

    Humorous illustrations demonstrate hundreds of everyday phrases with tips on pronunciation and grammar. Arranged by topi... More

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    30th July 2010

    Children's World Cookbook (Reduced Ed)

    Taking adventurous cooks on a gastronomic trip around the world, this cookbook features stylish photographs, great recip... More

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    21st August 2006

    Dangerous Creatures

    This guide explores the realm of the world's most terrifying animals. Readers can find out about the ways these animals ... More

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    30th May 2003

    Amazing Adventures of King Arthur

    Usbornes Young Reading books combine good stories with easy reading text for reades who have just started reading alone.... More

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    7th April 1989

    Irish for Beginners

    This title deals with everyday situations in which children may find themselves while abroad. Irish grammar is clearly e... More

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