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Dugald Steer

  • 4 stars across 47 books
    Dugald Steer was born in 1965 and grew up in Surrey, where his love of books and reading led him to study English Literature and Philosophy at Bristol. Several jobs later Dugald began working at Templar Publishing, where he worked his way up to Senior Editor, writing and editing many books in house. He has written more than 100 books for Templar and, after going freelance to concentrate on writing, he authored the first seven books in their hugely successful 'Ology series. Dugald lives near Barcelona in Spain with his wife Ana and his two children.
    1st October 2003

    Dragonology: MORE THAN 18 MILLION OLOGY BOOKS SOLD

    MORE THAN 18 MILLION OLOGY BOOKS SOLD WORLDWIDE Do you believe in dragons? Said to originate from the library of eminen... More

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    1st October 2004

    Egyptology: MORE THAN 18 MILLION OLOGY BOOKS SOLD

    If you enjoyed Templar's extraordinary Dragonology (New York Times Bestseller & Sunday Times Children's Book of the Week... More

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    1st July 2006

    Pirateology

    Very much in the style of Templar's groundbreaking "Dragonology", "Piratology" is the 1720 work of Captain William Lubbe... More

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    1st July 2008

    Monsterology

    Although dragonology was Dr. Drake's vocation, this title reveals that he spent time researching many other creatures, f... More

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    1st October 1998

    Fandex Mythology

    Bringing the world of MYTHOLOGY to your fingertips, Fandex presents a field guide to the legendary figures of ancient Gr... More

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    30th November 2013

    Once Upon a Time

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    9th July 2004

    In the Park

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    1st November 2004

    Working with Dragons

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    1st September 2014

    yolo

    Through texts and messages, the mega-bestselling, beloved Internet Girls series followed the ups and downs of high schoo... More

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    1st October 2007

    A Field Guide to Dragons

    A must-have reference for any keen Dragonologist, this book contains over 25 dragon species, with information on geograp... More

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