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Guy MacDonald

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    Guy Macdonald was born in 1972. He grew up in a rambling old house surrounded by huge yew trees that he became very good at climbing. Across the fields was a river where he fished with string from a bamboo cane and made campfires. His greatest achievements of all time are: ripping a telephone directory in half, holding his breath for nearly two minutes underwater and whistling through a blade of grass. He has also co-written a series of children's fiction books called An Awfully Beastly Business about a werewolf boy who climbs trees, makes campfires and, given the chance, could almost certainly fold a single piece of paper at least seven times
    5th October 2006

    The Boys' Book: How to be the Best at Everything

    At last a book that no boy, young or old, should be without; a book that guarantees hours of fun; a book that shows read... More

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    12th September 2013

    Boys' Book

    Here is the book that every boy, young and old, has been waiting for. Readers can learn how to ride waves, skateboard, m... More

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    12th April 2008

    Even More Children's Miscellany

    Even more fascinating and bizarre facts to excite and entertain young readers! How to talk like a pirate . . . which sna... More

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    6th July 2017

    My Brilliant Body: With the Gross Bits Left In!

    My Brilliant Body contains all kinds of amazing and bizarre bodily knowledge about everything you ever wanted to ask. ... More

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    1st February 2008

    My Brilliant Body

    "My Brilliant Body" contains all kinds of amazing and bizarre bodily knowledge. It includes everything you ever wanted t... More

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    1st September 2007

    Children's Miscellany: The Collection

    This is a stylish and durable slipcase containing three hardback volumes of the bestselling "Children's Miscellany". It ... More

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    5th May 2011

    Priscilla And The Pixie Princess

    Reminiscent of Dr. Seuss and Hilary Knight, here is another clever read-aloud starring Priscilla, who is bored to tear... More

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