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David Macaulay

David Macaulay

  • 5 stars across 14 books
David Macaulay is an established author and illustrator - his books have sold over 2 million copies in the US alone and his work has been translated into a dozen languages. He is an alumni and faculty member of the Rhode Island School of Design. He has won numerous awards such as the Caldecott Medal, and was nominated for the Hans Christian Andersen Award, and three of his books (Cathedral, Castle and Pyramid) have been made into popular PBS TV programmes.
1st July 2010

Angelo: Celebrate Quentin Blake’s 90th Birthday

A marvellous story about helping each other out, from the nation's favourite illustrator, Quentin Blake.Angelo and his f... MoreAngelo: Celebrate Quentin Blake’s 90th Birthday

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5th October 2009

Way We Work

This is an outstanding guide to the human body from one of the world's great illustrators! Ever wondered how we breathe,... MoreWay We Work

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20th June 2014


Through incredibly detailed illustrations and astounding facts, Time Shift: Castle allows you to discover how castles we... MoreCastle

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1st May 2011


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6th May 2013

The Shooting Star

One of the most iconic characters in children's books The world's most famou... MoreThe Shooting Star

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20th June 2014


Discover everything you'd want to know about the pyramids of ancient Egypt, the Americas and the Far East. With fantasti... MorePyramid

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20th September 1996


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1st July 2019


Have you ever poked a porcupine or tickled an octopus Use your imagination to travel to the bottom of the ocean and high... MoreUnderground

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1st July 2016

The Way Things Work Now

Get to grips with how things work inside hundreds of machines with this extraordinary book that explains the science beh... MoreThe Way Things Work Now

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26th October 1987


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