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Fiona Veitch Smith

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    Fiona Veitch Smith is the author of the Young David series (SPCK, 2015) and has also published detective fiction with Lion Hudson. She lives in Newcastle-upon-Tyne with her husband, daughter and dog and also lectures in creative writing and journalism. Andy Catling (illustrator) lives in Hampshire with his two children, who love to sneak into their dad's room and draw all over his clothes! He studied at Norwich School of Art where he acquired the skills to animate and digitally render his work. When Andy is not working he enjoys reading historical novels and soaking up stories and ideas.
    31st December 2001

    Donovan's Rainbow

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    20th August 2015

    David and the Never-Ending Kingdom

    In this final adventure, David is transported forward in time to the little town of Bethlehem, which has just witnessed ... More

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    20th August 2015

    David and the Grumpy King

    When David agrees to spend a holiday with his best friend Jonathan, he never imagines he will have to run away from a sp... More

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    20th August 2015

    David and the Hairy Beast

    David's dad gives him a very important job to do. But can the shepherd boy overcome his fear of the Hairy Beast to save ... More

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    18th August 2016

    Joseph and the Jealous Brothers

    In the second book in the Young Joseph series, Joseph's brothers grow more and more jealous of their favoured brother. T... More

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    18th August 2016

    Joseph and the Lying Lady

    In the third book in the series, Joseph finds himself in Egypt and is sold to a very important man called Potiphar. Poti... More

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    18th August 2016

    Joseph and the Rainbow Robe

    In the first book of the Young Joseph series, we find Joseph living in Canaan with his dad, stepmothers, eleven brothers... More

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