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Colin Thompson

  • 5 stars across 45 books
    Colin Thompson is the author/illustrator of several highly acclaimed picture books including The Paradise Garden, The Last Alchemist and Falling Angels. He lives in New South Wales, Australia.
    1st November 2006

    Castles

    In this fantastical world there are castles in space, floating castles, castles in the sky and castles made of glass. Ea... More

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    1st March 2010

    Tower To The Sun

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    17th April 2014

    The Royal Family: The Floods: 13

    In the final book of the Floods series, the job of running the Kingdom of Transylvania Waters is up for grabs. Who will ... More

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    1st February 2013

    Fearless in Love

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    30th October 2009

    Stanley

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    4th June 2007

    Fearless

    The smartly painted exterior of the City Community Faith School hides a disturbing secret. Behind its walls, one thousan... More

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    9th August 2011

    The Bicycle Thief

    It's time for the annual Junior Bike Race in Bayport, and Frank and Joe are the top contenders. Midway through the race,... More

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    1st September 2010

    Wild Stories

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