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Jan Thornhill

Jan Thornhill

  • 5 stars across 9 books
Jan Thornhill is a multi award-winning writer and illustrator of children's books.
15th November 2019

Lonely Planet Kids Wild In The City

Discover the secret lives of more than 30 extraordinary creatures that share our cities. From red foxes sneaking rides... MoreLonely Planet Kids Wild In The City

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29th September 2002

The Rumor: A Jataka Tale from India

Long ago in Ancient India, there lived a young hare who worried about everything -- food, rain, and even the color of he... MoreThe Rumor: A Jataka Tale from India

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13th March 2014

Who Wants Pizza?: A Guide to the Food We Eat

Why do we need to eat? Where does our food come from? Is there enough food for everyone? Are some food choices better th... MoreWho Wants Pizza?: A Guide to the Food We Eat

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14th June 2012

This Is My Planet: This Is My Planet

Why is global warming a problem? How do we know that Earth is heating up? Will climate change affect me? Can we stop it ... MoreThis Is My Planet: This Is My Planet

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13th June 2013

I Found A Dead Bird - A guide to the cycle of life and death

Intelligent, sensitive and wide-ranging. It will be widely read by children and provoke plenty of discussion. - Book... MoreI Found A Dead Bird - A guide to the cycle of life and death

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1st January 1753

Before and after: a Book of Nature Timescapes

Jan Thornhill uses vibrant art to introduce the "nature timescape" to children, depicting from picture to picture how na... MoreBefore and after: a Book of Nature Timescapes

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8th August 2019

I am Josephine - and I am a Living Thing

Meet Josephine: she's a little girl, a big sister and a human being. She's also a mammal, an animal and a living thing... MoreI am Josephine - and I am a Living Thing

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17th November 2016

The Tragic Tale of the Great Auk

For hundreds of thousands of years, Great Auks thrived. And then they were gone ... For hundreds of thousands ... MoreThe Tragic Tale of the Great Auk

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17th May 2018

The Triumphant Tale of the House Sparrow

"The content encourages us to reflect upon and evaluate the relationship between human beings and animals. This book... MoreThe Triumphant Tale of the House Sparrow

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